We have processes and methods that focus on learning objectives, costs and quality. Our portfolio of eLearning solutions with different features are developed and formulated to suit most needs. We offer a complete infrastructure for your project execution.
- Cloud Service - for transmission of digital resources
- Web Conferencing Tools - for quick, visual communication and
- Learning portals - LMS - for publishing content
Project process and quality are maintained by following the Maincon Development Manual and Quality Manual, which are based on ISO 9001.
eLearning is ideal when the learning objective levels are medium to high. You can quickly and easily access a large or geographically dispersed audience!
We also offer support for certification once training is complete, should you wish to follow up on this.
eLearning is also commonly used when you want to supplement classroom training, what’s known as "Blended Learning".
Typical eLearning projects can include: operating procedures, processes, policy, introductory training, leadership and management development, sales, environment, safety, etc.
eLearning for tight deadlines!
We like to say that Rapid eLearning is more a course of action than an end product: effective processes and methods while maintaining the quality of learning, media and technology. It’s about optimizing the collaboration between subject matter experts and developers.
Rapid eLearning contains animations, interactions, exercises/tests and voice actors, just like a traditional eLearning.
Rapid eLearning is appropriate in situations where learning objectives are low/medium, and when you want to reach out to a large or geographically dispersed audience in a short time. Time-to-market is within weeks.
Tutorials are a simpler version of Rapid eLearning for low level learning objectives. Interactivity and exercises/tests are not included in this type of learning module, which in turn gives you an even more cost-effective production!
The important things for us during development are learning strategies plus interaction and content design, which match the learning objectives and the client's brand. We want to be tool independent that’s why we use tools that suit our customer's needs. We use the "common" authoring tools in the eLearning industry such as: Articulate Storyline, Articulate Presenter, Quizmaker, Engage, Lectora, iSpring, Camtasia, Videoscribe, Filmora.
Simulations can be used when you want to reproduce complex functions or processes in a realistic manner. Simulations are based on the principle of "Learning-by-doing".
Simulations can, for example, be an operator panel in a process machine where practical training is difficult.
Simulation can also be used for sales training, simulating a case based on sales process, methodology and customer relationship. Here, situations and decisions are important building blocks.
A simulator is fundamentally built around a simulation model that has the same properties as the actual flow or process.
The simulator supports the educational process from factual knowledge through understanding and applying.
Simulators are often produced as "content" to other learning activities such as eLearning, Rapid eLearning and Interactive Manuals.
Simulators can also be a part of Informal Learning, published in a learning portal and used when needed.
Webcast is a format that suits those who want to publish lectures, inspiring interviews, speeches, etc. on the web. The extent of the webcast can be anything from "low-budget" to large-scale professional productions. It’s your ambitions that decide!
We have our own resources for smaller productions and we can offer large-scale, professional webcasts through our network of suppliers.
Development costs will vary, of course, if you require professional actors, but the cost of delivery and distribution is much lower compared with TV.
Blended Learning is appropriate when the challenge is people, culture and organization in change.
Blended Learning is exactly as it sounds: a mix of instructor-led training or workshops together with eLearning, Rapid eLearning, Tutorials, Webcasts, etc.
Blended Learning is an format that ensures a long-term behavioural change in an effective manner, where users can set their own learning pace.
The mix of personal responsibility and feedback makes this form of training an efficient, modern, andragogical approach.