We believe in theĀ 3 E’s of Instructional design (D. Merrill. 2009) that learning should be

Effective, Efficient, and Engaging

The Learning Journey

Learning is not a single event in time. It is a continuous process.
For learning to work it needs to be fully embraced by the learner, with continuous support from the provider.

It is a collaborative journey that starts before, and extends beyond, the actual learning event itself.

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Our Content Design & Development Process

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  • Your needs
  • Project aims
  • Target learner
  • Learner needs

  • Learning structure
  • Assessment
  • Activities
  • Tasks
  • Feedback

  • Learning
  • Activities
  • Assessments
  • Localisation
  • QAT

  • Deliver
  • Review
  • Evaluate
  • LMS or LRS

Our Learning Design Approach

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Addresses learners at their five moments of need

at each point of the employee lifecycle

… based on the 70:20:10 framework

Employing activity based Mastery Learning

Using a range of learning components taxonomies

… and instructional design models