Course design is one of the many contributing assets that weave the phases of lesson construction into successful learning tools. Our instructional course design philosophy encapsulates web based training, traditional learning, learning management systems (LMS), and learner interaction with interface design and functionality.
Establishing course design involves the dynamic development with management, subject matter experts (SMEs), students, and stakeholders. Each of these representatives is critical in the considerations and development of curricum. Many designers fail to consider the students as a key when developing curriculum and the learning interface. It is critical to project success that no person or issue is missed.
Our team of experts consider the learning forum as more than a classroom. We realize learning requires the incorporation of chat rooms, message boards, synchronous, and asynchronous communications; all of which create an active learning environment that meets the needs of the organization and learner using student-to-student, teacher-to-student, and student-to-teacher interaction.
Outside of these learner considerations are the elements of computer operating systems, networks, and learning management systems (LMS).
Our team of professionals consider the following:
- Instructor Lead Training
- Blended Learning
- Distance Learning
- 508 Compliance