Many people think that e-learning is simple - just some PowerPoint slides with a voiceover and a multiple choice quiz stuck at the end.
GoodPractice e-learning is different.
We create highly interactive, bespoke e-learning resources to give your learners a rich and powerful learning experience. With a strong focus on improving performance, our e-learning helps learners solve problems and change their behaviour.
Our Instructional Design team are a talented bunch.
Led by GoodPractice’s Learning and Performance Support Director James McLuckie, our team of instructional designers, resource editors, graphic designers and technicians are skilled at delivering e-learning that meets your business objectives, while exciting your learners.
Whatever your needs, we can meet them.
It is a very enjoyable experience working with the e-learning team at GoodPractice. They have a real passion for quality, will challenge your thinking and keep you engaged throughout the process.
GoodPractice have consistently produced creative solutions which have added real value to our e-learning resources. They never offer ‘one-size fits all’ solutions, but will provide different learning formats and media which are bespoke and inspiring.
James and the team at Good Practice were a pleasure to work with and they made the process very easy. The final product is just what we hoped for. It is in line with the spirit and approach of our new performance framework. It is simple to use, creative, visually engaging and interactive.
Meeting your learners’ needs drives our e-learning development process.
Every resource is developed using an outcome-focused, collaborative process, which identifies and addresses each client’s unique challenges.
Working closely with your subject matter experts, we use a robust scoping, storyboarding and production approach to ensure that the resulting e-learning is both accurate and authentic.
You may think you've seen it all when it comes to delivering classic management subjects.
Our latest e-learning offers something fresh and exciting.
Our Management 101 e-learning resources cover ten major management challenges, encompassing everything from Coaching and Communication to Decision-Making and Time Management.
Add value to your L&D strategy with Management 101.
Posted on 20th February 2018 | Posted by: Justin Anderson | Blog
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