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eLearning Design

The eLearning Design course focuses on how to add the important human element into eLearning so as to create stimulating, engaging and effective content.  The TAP Certificate in eLearning Design is a core module in the Diploma in Digital Learning.  

You may select your preferred learning format: 

EITHER 

  1. blended format, comprising three parts over a 2-3 week period - a live online session with self-paced activities, a two-day classroom event and a final live online session

OR

  1. A wholly online, tutor-supported programme over 5 weeks comprising a blend of live online sessions, self-paced activities and project work

 

£1,290 +VAT - Maximum Group Size: 8 (either format)

Creating Visual Impact

This 2-day workshop will help L&D professionals create eye-catching and engaging visual content to support the key learning messages in their training courses, presentations, webinars and e-Learning modules.

£860 +VAT – Maximum Group Size: 8

Designing Workplace Learning

The Designing Workplace Support Resources course provides delegates with a framework to build appropriate resources which will ensure effective and efficient performance in the workplace. These resources are particularly important where further training or coaching isn’t available, isn’t required, or to reinforce the transfer of learning when designed in conjunction with a training programme. This is a blended programme consisting of two weeks online activities and attendance of a 2-day workshop.

£860 +VAT – Maximum Group Size: 8

Digital Writing Skills

The language we use, whether written or verbal, must communicate the message effectively. Any piece of digital content should engage the audience from the beginning to ensure the message is delivered and the goal of the message is met for whichever purpose. 

Delegates will refresh their knowledge and application of some basic rules of language. They will learn best practice tips for writing digital content when used as part of a communication campaign such as blog posts, product information, instructional guides, social status updates, responding to comments and spoken communication. 

Delegates will work through five key elements to writing effective online content.  These elements will help them engage the reader through storytelling, personality, planning, structure, and adapting language style for any digital content in their campaigns. 

They will apply these steps to their own campaign project; feedback will be provided through out from the course facilitator and from course colleagues. 

Fee: £860 +VAT - Maximum group size: 8

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