We know what you’re faced with in this challenging moment. Your in-person training now needs to be virtual.
We're here to help. For 20 years, we’ve helped our clients bring their live classroom training online, recognized by our peers as top of the eLearning industry. Here, our instructional design superstars share their expertise to help you succeed.
We care and want to see you succeed. You need to quickly convert some training, and we’ve got tips for you there. But let’s also think long term. For optimal digital transformation of learning, you need to be thinking about engagement, motivation, and learner experience.
Want to avoid a training failure? A thorough needs analysis is the best prevention. Join us for our live webinar, and we’ll show you how six simple questions can help you thoroughly diagnose business needs—before you prescribe a training solution.
If you’re interested in how VR training can radically transform traditional learning, increasing engagement and retention while enabling scalability and cost savings, don’t miss this informative, one-hour presentation.
Have you been tasked to convert instructor-led training to virtual training quickly? Our comprehensive best practices guide includes the tips you need to be successful.
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