Armada develops custom interactive e-learning courses and tutorials that meet your content needs and ensure that the learners actually learn.
With experienced trainers in our company, we understand what is required to engage and teach people. We take the principles of good training and apply them to an online environment.
Types of eLearning development
We create eLearning for soft skills & complacence as well as for software simulations. Which one will suit your needs?.
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What our eLearning development includes
All our eLearning puts content first. Each topic tells learners what they need to know and how to carry out specific jobs. Our eLearning developers create the content structure in consultation with subject matter experts and trainers, so the real user issues are addressed.
A whole body of knowledge has been developed about how web sites are designed and displayed in browsers. Our eLearning development bring these theories into our eCourse design. We create eLearning systems that are attractive and colourful. Our eLearning developers use interactive infographics, video and images to make the content engaging so learners can enjoy their online learning experience.
Concise, easy-to-follow writing
Our eLearning development process follow the principles of Plain English. Our eLearning makes the complex seem simple. Sentences are short and written in the active voice. Tense constructions are straightforward. Proof-reading and testing are built into our project plans to ensure our eLearning developers produce first-class work.
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