eLearning is used most successfully by training organisations, where a holistic approach is taken with a focus on the desired outcome i.e. the skill sets and knowledge required to complete set tasks or understand critical concepts. When a successful learning model is developed based on the learning outcomes, the online component is usually one of several components (or toppings) in the ‘eLearning pizza’.
Over the past few months we’ve re-written the eCoach from the ground up to provide our customers with a faster, more responsive, and more playful eLearning platform. All of our online resources are now responsive (meaning that the layout will adapt to your device), and will work on most smart phones.
If you've logged into our Virtual Campus recently, you may have already met Kevin - our new digital coach / eLearning personal trainer. Kevin is an enthusiastic and multi-talented teacher who loves sweat bands, knee-high socks, and disco. He’s so daggy it's almost cool.
The NSW Government – Office of Finance & Services – has launched a new information security eLearning initiative designed, scripted and developed by Futura Group.
The 7 eLearning modules are aimed at educating staff about the behaviours that support information security in the workplace, and were created for use by all NSW agencies. Each module contains a number of short animations, knowledge checkpoints and interactive challenges – all built in-house from the ground up to address the project’s requirements and learning outcomes. […]
Case Study: eCoach used to deliver industrial licensing resources for Easy Guides
Cal Osborne from Easy Guides Australia was looking for a learner driven online platform. After seeing the eCoach and its easy navigation it was a simple decision to convert their High Risk and Industrial licence resources into the eLearning format. Easy Guides provide a range of industry specific certifications, including Earth Moving Plant and Machinery courses (duty of care training) and Forklift Truck, and Crane Safety courses.