Transforming your Existing Training Content to Virtual Training

You can transform your existing learning content into virtual learning in different ways, considering your program needs and budget. For instance, you can convert your Instructor-Led-Training (ILT) to virtual ILT or to rapid computer-based training.

Here are a few options for converting your current learning material for your remote learners:

Instructor-Led-Training to Computer-Based Training

ILT can be transformed to Computer-Based Training for on-demand courses and asynchronous learning.

Computer-Based Training

Computer-based training programs give learners and trainers the advantage of self-paced, asynchronous on-demand courses in which learners do not rely on real-time facilitation or collaboration.

PowerPoint to Rich Media Computer-Based Training

PowerPoint training decks can be developed into rich media computer-based training programs using graphics, animations, simulations, audio, and video. These formats provide compelling learning experiences that ensure learners receive the information and knowledge required to succeed.  Business simulation courses, for example, for scenario-based or method-based learning can provide a realistic environment to learners for knowledge assimilation and performance enhancement.

Instructor-Led Instruction to Virtual Instruction

Virtual Instructor-Led training courses may use highly interactive and customized approach to ILT. Learning methodologies can include role plays and activities to provide a learn-by-doing environment and an opportunity to blend learning solutions.

Web-Based Training to Mobile

For existing Web-Based Training, training can be upgraded to the next level and adapted to Mobile or Tablet applications. Mobile learning solutions offer easily accessible content for field employees for instance. This allows for learning, solutions, and product showcase apps that can be easily and remotely accessed and shared on mobile devices.

With web-based apps employees can attend a class or a conference or receive support directly on their mobile devices or computers. In the field, mobile workforces such as engineers, sales professionals, and customer support specialists benefit greatly from mobile apps.

Mobile Learning Solutions address the needs of this mobile, geographically dispersed workforces, as the apps are specially designed for use anywhere, anytime, and on all platforms and mobile devices, providing your employees with freedom and flexibility.

Content Re-purposing

For creating a sustainable and budget friendly eLearning development strategy, you can build the scope for eLearning content re purposing, when creating your custom online training content.

The top-most benefit of re-purposing learning content is an increased speed of development, in addition to the consistency of content and assurance of interoperability. The utilization of the learning objectives saves time, increases production, and maintains the consistency of content and delivery.

On a large-scale, transformation of content can be transformed from one medium to another. This includes converting printed or digital learning content, such as presentation created in PowerPoint, into online courses.

Legacy to Responsive

Responsive eLearning has become essential to creating multi-device eLearning or mobile learning. It enables learners to access the eLearning courses from their preferred devices. As eLearning designers, we develop eLearning content such that it works swiftly and smoothly on every device.

Responsive eLearning Design is the eLearning that adapts and responds to all devices. It is fluid and flexible in nature. The content (layout and structure) restructures itself to fit the screen size depending on the learner’s device.


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    Dina El Kharouf
    Dina Elk, Marketer at Sify eLearning

    As a leader in education, customer service, and marketing in the e-learning and EduTech industries, she has a breadth of knowledge that covers e-learning, learning management systems, instructional design, curriculum, customer service, business development, marketing and staff development.

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