Once the goal and objectives have been identified and designed, the courseware development can begin. Our instructional designers apply proven, educationally creative methodologies, prioritising Training Objectives and Learning Outcomes specific to each project by seeking optimal learning methods and media channels.
We utilise all methods of learning and consider all learning styles, cultures and environments. We use the latest technologies to design, develop and deploy compliant learning solutions to meet our client requirements whilst recognising the needs of the learner. Learning Experience (Lx) is an essential part of our courseware design as we move into an agile and interactive learning environment. We maintain and apply learning best practice in the design and development of the learning approach facilitating effective knowledge acquisition and competence assessment.
ISO9001 approved, Systems and Defence Systems Approach to Training (SAT/DSAT)
At the core of our methodology is our ISO9001 approved, Systems and Defence Systems Approach to Training (SAT/DSAT) combined with an agile learning design practice informed by evidence from the learning sciences. Our Methods and Media Analysis (M&MA) considers Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) and Computer Based Training (CBT) hosted on Learning Management Systems (LMS) and accessed through portable computing devices, as well as more traditional M&M.
We take a methodical, realistic and affordable approach to M&MA with selection focused on the specific training requirements rather than technology or trend. Our team will determine the optimal learning methods and technologies to deliver the Training Objectives and Enabling Objectives.
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