B4 E Learning

What steps should you take before embarking on elearning. What do you do before you get caught up with LMS technicalities.


You’re probably familiar with the saying “Look before you leap” It certainly makes sense. Many organisations are jumping head first into E learning. There is almost an assumption that you can hit a magic switch and transition all your training onto an E learning platform.

Well no big surprises. It’s not working very well. Many organisations have a piecemeal approach and the end result is scattered and confusing. Some organisations just keep throwing more money at it. This is not a software training course.

What’s the point in having meaningless E learning metrics? This course will stretch your imagination and raise your expectations about your E learning projects.

Heres some questions that you might hear from your people?

How do I make eleaning engaging? or How do I change classroom training into elearning?

B4 E Learning is the critical part of the E learning project that is missing. This unique training course needs to be completed by all your people involved in learning and development and training design. If you don’t have the foundations and critical knowledge in place, you are wasting your time pursuing E Learning. However if you integrate and structure your E learning, you’ll come out in front.


At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:

  • List the E learning training options available
  • Describe the role of learning and development in a 70 20 10 framework
  • Calibrate the effectiveness of your current E learning
  • Apply instructional design principles
  • Incorporate E learning into 70 20 10 framework
  • Discuss your organisations readiness/maturity for E learning
  • Critique current E learning using an Andragogy framework
  • Integrate E learning into an overall learning and development strategy
  • Structure your blended learning methodology
  • Scan the market for quality material that is FREE
  • Construct and critique E learning activities
  • Point out the assumptions that are impacting the effectiveness of E learning
  • Select the format that suites the end user
  • Examine the correlation between E learning and levels of engagement
  • Sync E learning with strategic objectives

B4 E Learning Program – Overview

DAY 1:

  • Organisational Learning
  • 4 Theories of Learning
  • 70 20 10 Framework
  • Organisational Maturity for E Learning
  • Learning Styles — Honey and Mumford, Kolb…
  • Reinventing the Wheel
  • What’s Already Freely Available
  • E learning Integration

DAY 2:

  • Analyse
  • Design
  • Develop
  • Implement
  • Evaluate
  • ADDIE with an E

DAY 3:

  • Mapping for Results
  • Strategy Implementation
  • E learning Formulation
  • Meta E learning Design
  • Integrated E Design
  • Exemplary E learning Critique


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