1. Identifying training needs
Starting the project with a training needs analysis allows assessing the current knowledge, skills, and abilities of learners to determine whether the source materials you currently have will provide the needed knowledge. If needed, look for additional content sources to make sure the final training will meet its goals.
2. Designing the graphics, layouts, and user interface
It’s a must for a modern eLearning course to have a good user interface, professionally designed slides, and attractive multimedia components such as videos, animations, photography, infographics, etc.
3. Identifying areas for improvement
We conduct research to find areas that are good candidates for interactions. A passive linear learning process is a thing of the past – modern learners expect eLearning that is interesting, engaging, and challenging. And the modern technology can allow any of that – from chatbots to complex scenarios – anything is possible.
4. Building the course, develop the activities
Finally, once we have gathered the knowledge base and created the designs, we are ready to develop the course.