How to Design E-learning
E-learning is often considered as a replacement for face to face or online trainer led courses. The planning, development and execution varies considerably from other methods. E-learning is the ideal choice when you need to reach a large audience, possibly globally, and give a consistent training experience. There are many tools in the market place for designing E-learning, but the desired outcome is determined by the correct the use of the tools. E-learning should be interactive and is especially useful for software applications training.
The aim of the course is to enable users to better develop structure and content of E-learning recordings for an improved learning experience and subsequent performance.
By the end of this course, through successful completion of revision exercises and with reference to notes, you will be able to:
- List adult learning principles
- List advantages and disadvantages of E-learning
- Describe do’s and don’ts of E-learning development
- List methods of attention retention
- Describe methods of structuring simulations
- Describe techniques for assessing competency and knowledge
- Document E-learning content (story boards)
- Design E-learning recordings which promote advantages of self-learning
Who Should Attend
Those identified to develop E-learning as a training delivery method. Suggested audiences are Trainers, Subject Matter Experts and Training Managers.
Price (excluding VAT)
£450 per participant, maximum 6 participants