Course development cycle
Every e-learning project goes through our 5 step course development cycle to ensure a high-quality product within your time and budget.
Description of each course development cycle phase:

1. Analysis

In this first phase, your organization's learning objectives are gathered to create the project plan.  This includes an outline of all software and instructional design requirements needed.  A prototype is created to give a general overview of the final product.

2. Design & Development
A storyboard of the course(s) is created with its corresponding subject matter expert (SME) and instructional designers.  This storyboard may include some or all of the following:

  1. 1. Audio
  2. 2. Graphics
  3. 3. Video
  4. 4. Interaction
  5. 5. Quizzes
  6. 6. Learning management system

After the storyboard is agreed to with the client, our team will start developing the multimedia content following all the technical requirement and using the best instructional design practices.

3. Implementation
Once the content is developed and revised with client, the training module is launched in the organization web server and/or hosted by our customized learning management system (LMS).  Moreover, we can train your organization to administer and assign these courses to their corresponding students.

4. Evaluation
In this phase, your organization evaluates the progress of the end-users by viewing the score metrics and status of course completion.  Certifications can be given to successful end-users.

5. Delivery
During this phase, course content can easily be updated and integrated with more multimedia elements if needed.  We fully support your organization in any technical issues and questions on the project.

From the start to the end of the project, we are committed to working side by side with your organization to achieve your training goals. Visit our training services and product demos to learn why we provide the best value on e-learning service or call us to give you a free consultation on your training needs.