Strategy and learning designWe’re all about...
- Learning needs analysis
- Action mapping
- Concise, visual resources
- Changing behaviour, not just knowledge
- Improving performance
- The right resources at the right time
- Pure content-focused courses
- Next, next, next... (endless, uninspiring slides)
- Shoehorning in information ‘just in case’ it might be useful
Multi-device learning assets
Whether learning is in the office, at home
or out on the go – we’ve got it covered!
Our writers and technologists work together in tightly knit teams to develop the most outstanding content for the learner in the most optimal format – whatever that might be!
We pride ourselves on making each virtual event a positive and productive experience – and one you’ll want to repeat regularly (that’s no mean feat!)Our original recipe for success:
- Design the right meeting format
- Provide live technical support
- Carefully prepare content
- Insert the right amount of interactivity
- Harness the latest web conference technologies
- Undisclosed secret stuff
The mission here is very simple – make the experience for the facilitator and audience as memorable and fulfilling as possible.
Our expert-led training packages consist of beautifully presented, impactful materials with comprehensive facilitator notes and a generous sprinkling of well-structured, interactive exercises.
Medical content development
This is the foundation for our learning content – the highest-quality medical writing by our talented Medical Instructional Designers.*
It might be assumed, but it’s certainly worth reinforcing that our medical writing expertise underpins the success of our projects.
From a simple printed factsheet to a full-scale digital training programme – we use the same rigorous approach combining scientific relevance and accuracy with outstanding instructional design practice. Every time.
*Noun: Medical Writer expertly trained in instructional design; origin: 2010s, Delta Kn.
AKA ‘just-in-time' or 'on-the-job’ resources
The timing of learning is crucial. Some learning is more appropriate, and more effective, at the ‘point of need’ – learners tap into information when they need it, whether it’s to solve a problem, perform a specific task or quickly update their skills.
We’re hot on conserving brain power, minimising burn rate and maximising learning efficiency – that means differentiating between core learning materials and supporting resources.Think London Underground map: Do you learn the entire network and keep it in memory, or look up each journey when you need to travel?