World-class eLearning development, custom-designed to achieve your outcomes, and built to your specifications in a format that makes it easily accessible for learners.
Our team of instructional designers, multimedia developers and coders work hard to ensure your new eLearning program engages your people and delivers all of the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in their roles. Here’s how:
Our tried and tested engagement process ensures that the creative, content, visual design and interactivity merge seamlessly, developing the ultimate learning experience
Publishing in the popular SCORM standard or your own preferred approach, our eLearning tracks and reports on outcomes when linked to a Learning Management System.
We make it easy to review and update your eLearning modules through our simple maintenance packages and feedback mechanisms.
Perfect for geographically dispersed teams, eLearning saves you a time and money when compared with traditional face-to-face training or when used as part of a blended approach.
Futureproof your learning: our customised development frameworks can publish in HTML5 format with one build that will work on any device including laptops, desktops and tablets. We can design using our custom frameworks or industry standard programs such as Articulate and Captivate, based on your specific needs.

What do your people need to learn?

Whatever the subject matter, we can design a creative and targeted learning program to suit - that includes some of the more process driven and typically dry content people need to know – our experts have sophisticated ways to bring it to life! Here are the most common topics that our eLearning programs address:

Three steps for choosing the right eLearning solution

Starting a new learning project can be daunting. That’s why we work through a comprehensive agile learning process with you to ensure we have a flexible approach, and deliver an eLearning program that meets all of your needs.

Here’s a summary of the process and some of the key questions we will be asking to help scope out your learning project. Just click on the ‘+’ sign next to the topic to expand it.

Step 1: define parameters

  • Is your content aimed at a broad audience across your whole organization or a specific group of people?
  • Is the audience a frontline, middle management or senior leadership roles?
  • Do you require different pathways for different learners with specific needs?
  • How will you ensure you meet everyone’s needs?
  • Does the learner’s motivation come from outside (extrinsic)? These are people who are motivated by the promise of a reward or to avoid punishment. These types of learners are focused on an end result and not the enjoyment of the learning process itself.
  • Does the learner’s motivation come from the inside (intrinsic)? These learners want to learn for the sheer enjoyment of it and the sense of accomplishment it delivers.
Business goals
  • What do you need your learners to learn and how will they demonstrate their learning?
  • Are you looking for an uplift in knowledge, skills, or attitudes?
  • Do you require change management initiatives, what kind of resistance might you get?
  • Which of Kirkpatrick’s 4 levels – (Reaction, Learning, Behaviour, Results) are necessary for your training to be successful?
  • What assessment (if any) do you need and how will you assess that your goals have been achieved?
  • Do you have source content already developed?
  • Is all provided content current and up-to-date?
  • Is there another pre-existing course, manuals or reference materials?
  • Have processes, systems and changes been confirmed and signed off?
Stakeholders and SME support
  • Can you provide a dedicated SME at key discovery, review and signoff points?
  • Is the SME also the person who will sign off the final product?
  • How many other stakeholder groups do you need to involve?
  • How much time and for how long will you need to have drafts and material for review?
  • Are you looking for a blended approach or do you require delivery in a specific format?
  • How do you want to assess competence?
  • Does the audience include multiple learners with different needs?
  • Do you have an existent Learning Management System?
  • What is your standard operating system and browser versions used?
  • Do you need to publish to desktops, iPads, laptops, mobile devices?

Step 2: development model

The approach we take next takes into account your objectives around time, cost and best-practice result.
Time – I need it FAST
  • Need the project delivered as fast as possible
  • Happy to engage multiple resources to move forward at a quicker pace
  • Happy to provide faster turnaround on feedback
  • Able to provide multiple internal resources to support project as needed
  • Able to sign-off decisions quicker
  • Less customer touch-points
Cost – I’m on a tight budget
  • What I can deliver is driven by cost factors
  • Need the most efficient, simple solution
  • Happy to provide faster turnaround on feedback
  • Able to provide internal resources to support project as needed
  • Able to sign-off decisions quicker
  • Less customer touch-points
  • Less instructional design time
Quality – I want a best practice result
  • I want a blended approach
  • May involve multiple audiences
  • Need the most effective, dynamic solution
  • Want maximum turnaround to ensure the solution is correct and validated
  • Able to provide internal resources to support project as needed
  • Have identified SMEs with medium capacity
  • Maximum customer touch-points
  • Maximum instructional design time

Step 3: Refine approach and development process and formalise


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