Rapid E-Learning Implementation – Your Business Advantage
With traditional e-learning, program development is often preceded with protracted scoping and needs analysis which often take several weeks. Most online training experts want to cut through the red tape and get the training show on the road.
With a rapid implementation approach, the instructional designer can gather the core team and identify key training points. In just days, the e-learning initiative will be ready to hit the highway.
Day 1 Trainer provides brief and source material
Day 1 Designer reviews and sets design structure
Day 2-3 SME authenticates content in design structure
Day 3 Designer teams up with SME to clarify any ambiguities
Day 4 Designer builds first version of course into authoring tool without graphics (no scripts, straight to build)
Day 5 Designer reviews first online version with trainer for possible changes
Day 5-6 Graphics team works on animation/graphics, and designer integrates them
Day 7 Designer has second meeting with trainer for additional edits
Day 8 E-learning class finalized and ready to launch
The rapid e-Learning approach utilizes:
· A small core team of designers, trainers and graphic artists, often with people serving multiple roles
· A design structure that can be quickly deployed and amended
· Quality input from SMEs
· Cohesive work during live calls and meetings
· An established partnership between training and development
Rapid e-learning implementation can be a boost to your business by reducing development time and speeding up the availability of important training material.