BESPOKE ELEARNING CONTENT
Using our network of trusted experts, we build innovative elearning content. We don't have offices or permanent employees, so you don't pay a premium to cover our overheads. Over the years we have completed many different types of elearning projects for many large organisations. So whether it's rapid elearning, IT system training, bespoke Flash content, or 3D learning environments you need we can help.
RAPID ELEARNING AND INFORMAL MEDIA
Both rapid elearning and informal media have enormous potential to transform elearning for the better. There can, however, be major pitfalls, but with a little knowledge and a bit of help from the experts, these can be overcome to create really effective and engaging elearning.
To get you up and running with rapid elearning and informal media, we can…
- Help you to choose the right content development packages for your organisation
- Provide instructional design training and / or support to your elearning authors
- Help you get the development process right first time
- Help you build robust quality assurance (QA) processes
- Design and create bespoke rich media, video and interactivity for your content
We are firm advocates of blended learning, after all, this is how people have traditionally learnt; from a variety of sources. To successfully implement new knowledge, learning should extend beyond the computer (or training room) and into the workplace. In every project we undertake, we evaluate the whole range of learning options before making recommendations.
From the initial client briefing and project definition, to working with subject matter experts, and storyboarding; we have experience in all stages of the elearning design and production process. We can storyboard by hand, in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or your authoring tool of choice, to integrate fully with your workflow and production team. Our creativity allows us to strike the balance between interactivity and a production cost that is right for you.
Video can be an excellent medium to illustrate a point, detail a case study or communicate a message online. We are experienced in shooting video for the web and have all the equipment and expertise needed to produce short, professional films; from interviewing your CEO to documenting a process.
Serious games are a relatively new addition to the learning technologies repertoire and used in the right context can be a highly effective and memorable way of learning. We are experienced in building 3D learning environments and can advise organisations on getting the most out of this method of training.
Fri 15 Nov 2013
Following on from success at the eLearning Awards last week, LearningAge Solutions has been announced as one of the six finalists in the 'Learning Technologies' category for the Learning Awards 2014, joining big names such as PwC, McDonalds and Ashridge Business School.
Judging will take place at the end of this month and the results will be announced on 6 February at an Awards Ceremony in London.
Fri 8 Nov 2013
We are absolutely delighted to have won Silver in the 'Best eLearning Project - Private Sector' at the eLearning Awards in London last night with Waterstones. The category was hotly contested with some amazing projects by top companies, so we are particularly proud to have come away with an award for the second year running.
You can read more about Waterstones Academy and the performance focussed goal-based learning approach that we took here.
Thu 3 Oct 2013
This fabulous book from the eLearning Network, edited by our very own, Rob Hubbard, is now available to purchase from Amazon. Designed to be a toolkit to help you get the most out of technology-based learning; the book features contributions from all the eLearning industry's movers and shakers. Support the eLN by buying this book - it's a must for all discerning bookshelves (also, naturally available as an e-book)
Fri 13 Sep 2013
We're delighted to have been shortlisted for 'Best eLearning Project - Private Sector' for the prestigious eLearning Awards 2013 for a project that we did with the bookseller, Waterstones. Waterstones' USP is their knowledgeable booksellers who are able to offer passionate, well-informed advice to customers. This project began as a system to train these booksellers on how to use new Kindle technology and evolved into a goal-based learning system to help with career development, ongoing training and performance review. You can read more about the project here. We'll be presenting our case to the judges later this month and will find out in November if we impressed them enough to win. Fingers crossed!
Fri 24 May 2013
Do you want to improve your personal productivity? Learn how to delegate effectively? Tame your inbox? Super You is for you.
Super You is a chance for you to check out our award-winning goal-based learning system, goalgetter, whilst improving your skills at the same time and the best thing is that it is entirely free of charge. The next course start on 1 July. Sign up online Places are limited and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Tue 16 Apr 2013
We will be exhibiting under the banner of goalgetter at the CIPD's HRD exhibition at Olympia in London on 25 and 26 April. Rob Hubbard will also be speaking on 'Improving your Peoples' Performance with Goal-Based Learning' at 3.15pm on Thursday 26th. The exhibition is free. Come along and see us on stand 450 for a chat and a goalgetter demo.
Fri 8 Feb 2013
LearningAge Solutions scooped gold in the 'Learning Technologies Solution of the Year' category at the Learning Awards at the Dorchester Hotel in London last night. They were presented with their award by BBC Breakfast presenter, Susanna Reid.
The winning entry consisted of a suite elearning, including scenario-based learning, games and an app, to train an international sales force for Tarkett, a multinational flooring manufacturer.
Managing Director, Rob Hubbard said:
'We are delighted and honoured to have received this award from the well-respected Learning and Performance Institute. It feels fantastic to have our hard work recognised in this way.'
Tue 22 Jan 2013
We are delighted to follow up our eLearning Awards success by being shortlisted for a Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) Learning Award. Our eCampus project for Tarkett is a finalist in the Learning Technologies Solution category. Awards will be announced at a ceremony in London on 7 February 2013.
The Awards attracted over 200 entries this year with represenation from organisations across all five continents. LPI Chief Executive, Colin Steed said 'As the amount and quality of entries increase year on year, the achievement of our shortlisted entries is all the more impressive and we would like to congratulate all of them'.