Training and Learning

It begins with a story.

iPDF

eLearning

Instructor Lead Training (ILT)

Curriculum Design and Learning Strategy

Blended Learning

 

iPDF

The power of a mobile-friendly website in one document.

Imagine a document that includes a menu of buttons you can click.

These buttons link you to rich media content (text, graphics, audio and video) and help you learn everything you need to know.

This is an Interactive PDF (iPDF). It works like a website, without the need for an internet connection.


iPDF's are a great option for companies that:

  • Want lower-cost, highly interactive, self directed learning courseware.
  • Need fast, just-in-time learning documents.
  • Have many different roles, supporting documents, and rich media (offline or online).

The Benefits:

  • Cost effective build time (approx 80%+ savings compared to alternate learning courseware).
  • User-friendly, non-intimidating, easy to learn, and use (especially for first-time users).
  • 5-7 clicks gets you to the information and learning you need.
  • No more launching an LMS, looking for a job aid, or clicking on lengthy, text heavy eLearning modules.
  • M-Learning ready – iPDFs are smartphone and tablet friendly.
  • Don’t waste time reading everything, only learn what you have to!
  • iPDF’s can be AODA compliant.
  • Centralizes all documentation for one-stop learning.
  • Online and offline compatible.
 

iPDF

The power of a mobile-friendly website in one document.

Imagine a document that includes a menu of buttons you can click.

These buttons link you to rich media content (text, graphics, audio and video) and help you learn everything you need to know.

This is an Interactive PDF (iPDF). It works like a website, without the need for an internet connection.


iPDF's are a great option for companies that:

  • Want lower-cost, highly interactive, self directed learning courseware.
  • Need fast, just-in-time learning documents.
  • Have many different roles, supporting documents, and rich media (offline or online).

The Benefits:

  • Cost effective build time (approx 80%+ savings compared to alternate learning courseware).
  • User-friendly, non-intimidating, easy to learn, and use (especially for first-time users).
  • 5-7 clicks gets you to the information and learning you need.
  • No more launching an LMS, looking for a job aid, or clicking on lengthy, text heavy eLearning modules.
  • M-Learning ready – iPDFs are smartphone and tablet friendly.
  • Don’t waste time reading everything, only learn what you have to!
  • iPDF’s can be AODA compliant.
  • Centralizes all documentation for one-stop learning.
  • Online and offline compatible.
 

iPDF

The power of a mobile-friendly website in one document.

Imagine a document that includes a menu of buttons you can click.

These buttons link you to rich media content (text, graphics, audio and video) and help you learn everything you need to know.

This is an Interactive PDF (iPDF). It works like a website, without the need for an internet connection.


iPDF's are a great option for companies that:

  • Want lower-cost, highly interactive, self directed learning courseware.
  • Need fast, just-in-time learning documents.
  • Have many different roles, supporting documents, and rich media (offline or online).

The Benefits:

  • Cost effective build time (approx 80%+ savings compared to alternate learning courseware).
  • User-friendly, non-intimidating, easy to learn, and use (especially for first-time users).
  • 5-7 clicks gets you to the information and learning you need.
  • No more launching an LMS, looking for a job aid, or clicking on lengthy, text heavy eLearning modules.
  • M-Learning ready – iPDFs are smartphone and tablet friendly.
  • Don’t waste time reading everything, only learn what you have to!
  • iPDF’s can be AODA compliant.
  • Centralizes all documentation for one-stop learning.
  • Online and offline compatible.
 
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eLearning

"You have 2 slides to show me why I should care about the next 20 minutes of eLearning."

ELearning, (or electronic learning), is an umbrella term that refers to the design and delivery of a training program using multimedia technologies and a computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

It often also requires the Internet.


eLearning is a great option for companies that:

    • Need to train many employees quickly.
    • Have offices across Canada and around the globe.
    • Have courses that can be learned without an instructor in a room
    • Positions that have a high turnover rate (new employees can reuse the training).
    • Require employees to have a consistent training and learning experience.

    The Benefits:

    • More engaging and interactive.
    • Interactive and multimedia friendly.
    • Easily designed to serve a diverse range of learning styles.
    • Individuals learn at their own pace, according to their schedule.
    • The learning can be easily personalized to meet and individual’s specific needs.
    • Learn virtually on a PC or on a mobile device.
    • More cost-effective.
    • Eco-friendly.
     
     

    eLearning

    "You have 2 slides to show me why I should care about the next 20 minutes of eLearning."

    ELearning, (or electronic learning), is an umbrella term that refers to the design and delivery of a training program using multimedia technologies and a computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

    It often also requires the Internet.


    eLearning is a great option for companies that:

      • Need to train many employees quickly.
      • Have offices across Canada and around the globe.
      • Have courses that can be learned without an instructor in a room
      • Positions that have a high turnover rate (new employees can reuse the training).
      • Require employees to have a consistent training and learning experience.

      The Benefits:

      • More engaging and interactive.
      • Interactive and multimedia friendly.
      • Easily designed to serve a diverse range of learning styles.
      • Individuals learn at their own pace, according to their schedule.
      • The learning can be easily personalized to meet and individual’s specific needs.
      • Learn virtually on a PC or on a mobile device.
      • More cost-effective.
      • Eco-friendly.
       

      eLearning

      "You have 2 slides to show me why I should care about the next 20 minutes of eLearning."

      ELearning, (or electronic learning), is an umbrella term that refers to the design and delivery of a training program using multimedia technologies and a computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

      It often also requires the Internet.


      eLearning is a great option for companies that:

        • Need to train many employees quickly.
        • Have offices across Canada and around the globe.
        • Have courses that can be learned without an instructor in a room
        • Positions that have a high turnover rate (new employees can reuse the training).
        • Require employees to have a consistent training and learning experience.

        The Benefits:

        • More engaging and interactive.
        • Interactive and multimedia friendly.
        • Easily designed to serve a diverse range of learning styles.
        • Individuals learn at their own pace, according to their schedule.
        • The learning can be easily personalized to meet and individual’s specific needs.
        • Learn virtually on a PC or on a mobile device.
        • More cost-effective.
        • Eco-friendly.
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        Instructor Lead Training (ILT)

        Learning begins with a safe space.

        Instructor led training is the most common form of teaching.

        An instructor teaches individuals or groups of learners in person—typically in a lecture or classroom setting, in an interactive workshop, or with a demonstration giving the opportunity for learners to interact with each other and practice.


        Instructor Lead Training (ILT) is a great option for companies that:

          • Have highly complex products, or products that require hands-on interaction (e.g. ERP software systems training).
          • Need to train a relatively low number of employees at any one time.
          • Have employees who are not tech-savvy.
          • Value face-to-face interaction and networking opportunities.
          • Need to conduct “train the trainer” programs.
          • Want their employees to learn from each other.

          The Benefits:

          • Networking and team building.
          • Dedicated time and space for learning.
          • Personalized learning.
          • Immediate feedback.
          • Hands-on experience.
          • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
           

          Instructor Lead Training (ILT)

          Learning begins with a safe space.

          Instructor led training is the most common form of teaching.

          An instructor teaches individuals or groups of learners in person—typically in a lecture or classroom setting, in an interactive workshop, or with a demonstration giving the opportunity for learners to interact with each other and practice.


          Instructor Lead Training (ILT) is a great option for companies that:

            • Have highly complex products, or products that require hands-on interaction (e.g. ERP software systems training).
            • Need to train a relatively low number of employees at any one time.
            • Have employees who are not tech-savvy.
            • Value face-to-face interaction and networking opportunities.
            • Need to conduct “train the trainer” programs.
            • Want their employees to learn from each other.

            The Benefits:

            • Networking and team building.
            • Dedicated time and space for learning.
            • Personalized learning.
            • Immediate feedback.
            • Hands-on experience.
            • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
             

            Instructor Lead Training (ILT)

            Learning begins with a safe space.

            Instructor led training is the most common form of teaching.

            An instructor teaches individuals or groups of learners in person—typically in a lecture or classroom setting, in an interactive workshop, or with a demonstration giving the opportunity for learners to interact with each other and practice.


            Instructor Lead Training (ILT) is a great option for companies that:

              • Have highly complex products, or products that require hands-on interaction (e.g. ERP software systems training).
              • Need to train a relatively low number of employees at any one time.
              • Have employees who are not tech-savvy.
              • Value face-to-face interaction and networking opportunities.
              • Need to conduct “train the trainer” programs.
              • Want their employees to learn from each other.

              The Benefits:

              • Networking and team building.
              • Dedicated time and space for learning.
              • Personalized learning.
              • Immediate feedback.
              • Hands-on experience.
              • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
               
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              Curriculum Design and Learning Strategy

              The first step is understanding how to better inspire your audience to want to learn.

              Curriculum design helps companies create performance plans to help those companies grow.

              It requires competency mapping, creating accurate learning objectives, and defining measurable targets for employee performance.

              It also takes talent management initiatives like succession planning, knowledge preservation and risk management into account.

              Learning strategies teach individuals how to excel in their roles, improve their departments, and help the business as a whole—rather than teaching them specific curriculum content or skills.


              Curriculum design and learning strategies are a great option for companies that:

                • Are looking to develop their learning culture.
                • Have multiple companies and trainers.
                • Need to transform expert and tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.
                • Need to develop curriculums and lesson plans.
                • Don’t settle for the status quo, who want to compete, grow, innovate, and capitalize!

                The Benefits:

                • Networking and team building.
                • Dedicated time and space for learning.
                • Personalized learning.
                • Immediate feedback.
                • Hands-on experience.
                • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
                 
                 

                Curriculum Design and Learning Strategy

                The first step is understanding how to better inspire your audience to want to learn.

                Curriculum design helps companies create performance plans to help those companies grow.

                It requires competency mapping, creating accurate learning objectives, and defining measurable targets for employee performance.

                It also takes talent management initiatives like succession planning, knowledge preservation and risk management into account.

                Learning strategies teach individuals how to excel in their roles, improve their departments, and help the business as a whole—rather than teaching them specific curriculum content or skills.


                Curriculum design and learning strategies are a great option for companies that:

                  • Are looking to develop their learning culture.
                  • Have multiple companies and trainers.
                  • Need to transform expert and tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.
                  • Need to develop curriculums and lesson plans.
                  • Don’t settle for the status quo, who want to compete, grow, innovate, and capitalize!

                  The Benefits:

                  • Networking and team building.
                  • Dedicated time and space for learning.
                  • Personalized learning.
                  • Immediate feedback.
                  • Hands-on experience.
                  • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
                   

                  Curriculum Design and Learning Strategy

                  The first step is understanding how to better inspire your audience to want to learn.

                  Curriculum design helps companies create performance plans to help those companies grow.

                  It requires competency mapping, creating accurate learning objectives, and defining measurable targets for employee performance.

                  It also takes talent management initiatives like succession planning, knowledge preservation and risk management into account.

                  Learning strategies teach individuals how to excel in their roles, improve their departments, and help the business as a whole—rather than teaching them specific curriculum content or skills.


                  Curriculum design and learning strategies are a great option for companies that:

                    • Are looking to develop their learning culture.
                    • Have multiple companies and trainers.
                    • Need to transform expert and tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.
                    • Need to develop curriculums and lesson plans.
                    • Don’t settle for the status quo, who want to compete, grow, innovate, and capitalize!

                    The Benefits:

                    • Networking and team building.
                    • Dedicated time and space for learning.
                    • Personalized learning.
                    • Immediate feedback.
                    • Hands-on experience.
                    • Simulation, scenario, and role-playing provide better opportunities for learning absorption and adoption.
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                    Blended Learning

                    Blending human and technology experiences for “smooth” talent performance.

                    Blended learning allows participants to both engage with the instructor AND get feedback—while still having all the benefits, flexibility, and engagement that technology offers.

                    Giving learners the best of both worlds for the SMOOTHEST learning experience.


                    Blended learning is a great option for companies that:

                    • Need to train learners with multiple different learning styles.
                    • Want to allow employees to take control and personalize their learning experience to fit with their own needs.
                    • Want the best of both learning modes—with ultimate flexibility, the highest level of learner engagement, with rapid adoption.

                      The Benefits:

                      • Cost-effective.
                      • Flexible.
                      • Highly effective and efficient.
                      • Personalized learning.
                      • Covers all learning styles.
                      • Rapid adoption.
                      • Measurable sustainment of learning and work performance.
                       

                      Blended Learning

                      Blending human and technology experiences for “smooth” talent performance.

                      Blended learning allows participants to both engage with the instructor AND get feedback—while still having all the benefits, flexibility, and engagement that technology offers.

                      Giving learners the best of both worlds for the SMOOTHEST learning experience.


                      Blended learning is a great option for companies that:

                      • Need to train learners with multiple different learning styles.
                      • Want to allow employees to take control and personalize their learning experience to fit with their own needs.
                      • Want the best of both learning modes—with ultimate flexibility, the highest level of learner engagement, with rapid adoption.

                        The Benefits:

                        • Cost-effective.
                        • Flexible.
                        • Highly effective and efficient.
                        • Personalized learning.
                        • Covers all learning styles.
                        • Rapid adoption.
                        • Measurable sustainment of learning and work performance.
                         

                        Blended Learning

                        Blending human and technology experiences for “smooth” talent performance.

                        Blended learning allows participants to both engage with the instructor AND get feedback—while still having all the benefits, flexibility, and engagement that technology offers.

                        Giving learners the best of both worlds for the SMOOTHEST learning experience.


                        Blended learning is a great option for companies that:

                        • Need to train learners with multiple different learning styles.
                        • Want to allow employees to take control and personalize their learning experience to fit with their own needs.
                        • Want the best of both learning modes—with ultimate flexibility, the highest level of learner engagement, with rapid adoption.

                          The Benefits:

                          • Cost-effective.
                          • Flexible.
                          • Highly effective and efficient.
                          • Personalized learning.
                          • Covers all learning styles.
                          • Rapid adoption.
                          • Measurable sustainment of learning and work performance.
                           
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