Safety Training Course Development
We offer professional services for all of your course development needs!
No matter how good online training content is, if learners are not kept engaged it is extremely likely that their attention will be lost. This is where learning activities come in. Learning activities are great tools for refocusing learners, testing their recall, and providing them with an opportunity to apply the information they have learned. Many different types of learning activities exist including gamification, simulations, and examinations. The types of learning activities that you should include in your course depend upon the course audience, the material being taught, and the course length. Based on our experience it’s important to include a learning interaction every 5-10 minutes. Just ensure that each interaction reinforces and is relevant to the information covered.
Video content is a fantastic medium for introducing learners to new information. Accordingly, we offer on-site video services to bring your material to life right before their eyes.
Once the course content has been finalized, the treatment plan is developed. During this stage, we determine how each sentence and key learning point will be presented to the learner.
One of the keys to keeping learner attention is a good voice. With the right tone, pace, inflection, and emphasis, learning becomes more enjoyable and memorable.
Video is a fantastic medium for introducing learners to new information. Accordingly, we offer on-site video services to bring your material to life right before their eyes.
Because a picture is worth a thousand words, our professional photographers capture sharp, high-resolution images on-site to enhance your training material.
Through the use of a strong, visually-pleasing design not only is the presentation of course material supported but the user experience is improved as well.
Dynamic, eye-catching animations are a great way to engage learners, highlight key learning points, and make abstract concepts concrete.
Learner engagement is critical to information retention and recall. Simulations, games, and other interactivity demand attention.
Participant workbooks, DVDs, and pocket guides are great tools for supplementing course content and supporting future review.