Category Archives: eLearning

Evaluation Training: The Assessment and Planning Part of eLearning

Written on May 7, 2015 at 9:42 pm, by

Don’t worry, we’re not going to give you a pop quiz! In the realm of training, the word “evaluation” can mean a few different things. When we hear this word, most of us tend to think of a traditional, closed-book test administered by a teacher or other authority. Others may think of a sequence of  Continue Reading »

Our Training Needs Assessments Go Beyond the Band-Aid

Written on April 30, 2015 at 5:14 pm, by

We see many reasons that companies and organizations reach out to us for support – some of these reasons identify a problem, and others represent an opportunity. For example: Increased costs (training or operations) Decreased productivity Increased number of customer complaints Decreased sales or profit Organizational changes or growth New processes, procedures, software or equipment  Continue Reading »

User experience for eLearning

Written on January 24, 2014 at 8:32 am, by

eLearning is a lot like football. It’s a full contact sport. Studying the plays is easy. Running the plays with consistency and discipline is what wins games. People play best when provided the opportunity to know, feel and do the experience. When it comes to eLearning, a well-designed user experience is the difference between knowing  Continue Reading »

5 Ways to Reduce Training Costs

Written on November 24, 2013 at 12:11 am, by

Training doesn’t have to cost money. With a thoughtfully designed eLearning platform, employee training moves from liability to asset on the balance sheet. The Well-Trained Employee There’s a saying in the human resources department: hire for attitude, train for aptitude. Knowing when to smile and what to recycle are everyday decisions that impact the brand  Continue Reading »