What skills are required for developing eLearning in-house?

More and more organisations are designing, building and delivering eLearning content in-house. Given the obvious organisational benefits of cost and time saving, it’s no surprise.

In theory this sounds like a no brainer. Simple right?

Well actually, yes. That’s to say, it is simple if you and your organisation are equipped with the right set of specific skills.

Last week our very own Gavin Woods hosted a webinar on skilling up for eLearning, what you need to know. Throughout the webinar, we presented the top skills required for self- authoring content. Participants also got a top-down view of our hugely popular training courses and learning resources for ambitious professionals looking to hone their skills.

If you missed the webinar and want to catch up you can view the recoding. The presentation slides from the webinar are also available to download.

Essentially what was established is that there are three common skills sets that are required for developing eLearning. These are outlined below:Skills required for developing elearning

As well as receiving an insider view into the in-house development process and what elements makes a good eLearning course., participants also learnt the practical skills essential for developing engaging e-learning. They also got a real insight into the kind of resources and templates that can really fast-track the success of creating your own eLearning.

Recently we have launched a new range of best-practice training courses. These courses are specifically designed for in-house trainers and subject matter experts who want to learn how to design, build and deliver their own E-Learning and blended learning programmes. Delivered on-site in your organisation, the training courses have helped more than 50 world-class organisations build award-winning e-learning content in-house.

Our Associate Director and Chair of eLearning Network John Curran has also shared his insight into content authoring. Learn more about what he has to say on the skills required to develop your own e-learning.

If you are interested in finding out more about how our training courses and capacity building service can benefit you and your organisation, visit aurionlearning.com/training and get in touch or download our training course prospectus for a full overview of our courses.

You can also visit our community page and blog to access a wealth of resources to help you create your own E-Learning.

So if you missed this webinar, we will be hosting a new series of webinars and masterclass events throughout 2016, so there will be plenty of opportunities for you to get involved.

Whether you are an in-house trainer, subject matter expert or a learning professional looking to develop your skills and become the best in your field, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

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