Do you think it’s impossible to replicate the engagement of classroom training in eLearning?
Here’s the thing. eLearning designers with a background in both classroom training and eLearning can transform your training material (PowerPoint decks, facilitator guides, and participant handouts) into instructionally sound, impactful, and engaging eLearning curriculums.
As though the usual benefits of eLearning in terms of convenience, reach, and cost and time savings are not enough, eLearning curriculums have:
This makes the eLearning Curriculum your best bet in your learning journey!
Because designing and developing engaging and interactive eLearning courses calls for sound instructional design principles, the ability to transfer the essence of ILT into eLearning, besides expertise in rapid development and authoring tools. Our ILT to eLearning conversion process developed and refined over the years guarantees excellent quality output, quickly and within budget.
This is what we do with your ILT material. We take care of:
We map existing content from all sources (e.g. PowerPoint decks, facilitator guides, and participant handouts) against the learning objectives, and fill up content gaps if any.
Who hasn’t been baffled by the sketchy explanatory notes in the notes pane that most facilitators add to their PowerPoint decks? We script the entire narration for the course, working closely with your SMEs.
Effective trainers make ILT sessions lively and engaging, creating successful learning outcomes. When we convert your ILTs into eLearning, we ensure your course substitutes for the best possible facilitator by making it engaging, thought provoking and easy to interact with.
Although good facilitators regularly check learners’ understanding through questions and feedback in the classroom, not every participant can be assessed. In eLearning, all learners can take practice questions (formative assessments) to reinforce learning and a final quiz to measure learning at the end.
Onboarding and skill development training with a blended approach for a global contract research
organization and drug development services company
From selecting the conversion strategy to picking the right tool and vendor, this eBook has everything to help you migrate your courses from Flash to HTML5!