- Started in 2000 by RK and Ayesha
- STPI Registered 100% EOU (Custom Bonded)
- Vision: To help individuals and organizations learn in the most efficient and effective way by using the latest eLearning strategies and state-of-the-art Media, Internet and Information Technologies.
|Custom Courseware||Technology||Catalogue Courses|
|HR and Compliance||Customize Open Source LMS||Management|
|Software Simulations||SCORM and AICC||Information Technology|
|Sales Training||Personal Productivity|
- Markets: US, Canada, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, KSA, UAE
- Unique Selling Proposition:
- Strong pedigree in teaching and corporate training
- Top notch quality through exacting processes and systems
- Price and Time advantage by operating solely from India
- Salary’s on 1st Since Inception
- Increments twice a year uninterrupted
- Free high quality lunch
- Open Leave Policy
- Weekly Celebrations
- Extensive Technical and Soft Skill Training
- Flat Organization
- High Retention
USA (16), Canada (1), Australia (3), UK (2), Switzerland (2), Sweden (1), Dubai (2), France (1), Germany (1) and Italy (1)
- Customer Focus: On time and Quality Product
- Building Relationship on Trust
- Effective Processes:
- Sound Instructional Design
- Production process
- Quality Process
- Client Interactions
- Sound Technology Backing
Our Present Customers – 30 Worldwide
Marketing Focus: Our Prospects
New Age Marketing: Building Relationship
Financial Success: Profit Margins
IT and Asset Security
|Security||Backups||Servers and Software|
|Websites – McAfee secured||Daily, Weekly and Project Backups – CDs and HDs||Licensed software|
|Emails and Data Transfers – SSL certificate||In multiple locations (fire resistant safe)||100 Mbps fully-networked computer systems|
|Security Policy document in place; yet to be fully implemented||3-hour power backup through UPS||Broadband Internet line- Dedicated Internet on the way|
|Firewall protecting the network||Daily updating of patches – OS and antivirus s/w|
|Desktop level Anti-virus protection|
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In my previous blogs, I have discussed about the importance of instructional design strategy and visual design strategy, the two main elements of e-learning in terms of design approach. In this blog, I will discuss about the significance of audio and audio strategy.
Every organization has to follow a set of laws which govern their sector in the country they operate. So, it needs to ensure that the employees are effectively trained on these rules to avoid compliance issues. Traditionally, this was done through face-to-face training in an engaging manner. But, with organizations expanding globally and the need for constant training, companies started using e-learning to quickly reach their global employees.
E-Learning is gradually replacing the classroom training format, worldwide. 41.7 % of fortune 500 companies are using e-learning tools for online training (E-learning Magazine 2013).
Online courses need to be engaging and interactive because they are self-paced i.e. an instructor is not present to deliver the courses.
Content comprehension is an important step in the e-learning development process. It broadly includes identification of relevant content and its separation from irrelevant content and arranging it in a proper manner. It enables instructional designers (IDs) to ensure that topics ‘flow’ in a logical sequence. It also helps IDs to find gaps in the content. If performed effectively, it will help you understand the subject-matter of the course better, and you will be able to present the content in an easily understandable manner.
IPad – a device that has revolutionized the corporate world. According to the Mac Observer, 94% of Fortune 500 companies are either testing or using this device from Apple. The widespread usage of iPads has resulted in the opening of new vistas in online training. No longer were learners required to carry “heavy” laptops or remain confined to their desks. People could conveniently go through online courses on these devices. Indeed, these devices have truly made learning anytime, anywhere.
When it comes to training, most organizations have a need for product training. Be it manufacturing, pharmaceutical, electronics or finance, product training needs to be imparted by companies in all industries. So, how does one cater to a single form of training for such different segments? In this post, we will look at a few effective e-learning design strategies that are best suited for product training across various industries.
Curriculum-based courses are very much in demand today. Organizations prefer curriculum-based courses to stand-alone courses. Curriculum courses cater to a long running training program that usually runs for a period of two to three months. It is a course that has several modules which instruct on a particular subject in-depth. From the learner’s perspective, these modules would be easy to grasp and understand. They can be bite-sized modules that are easily accessible by the learners, anywhere, anytime, as per their convenience. Since all the modules of a curriculum are inter-related to each other, it is a tough task to develop such modules effectively.
Ask Compliance managers what they expect from a good online compliance course, and all of them will say, “It should make our employees adhere to rules and policies.”
Most of the companies provide compliance training through e-learning, and often, these courses have high dropout rates. Poor instructional strategies are one of the main reasons for this problem.
Before we begin, let us look at the big question — What does “Just-in-Time (JIT) Learning” mean?
Just-in-time (JIT) learning systems deliver training to employees when and where they need it.
Mobile devices are excellent tools to provide just-in-time information or learning. Learners can access relevant information whenever they need it and can use this information as a reference when in doubt and for making the right decisions.
Being an instructional designer, I can understand how it feels when your project does not meet the client expectations at the final stage. This leads to complete rework of your project, which in turn causes substantial wastage of your time and effort. All this rework and failure to meet stipulated project schedules are the results of the lack of proper communication with your client.