E-Learning Concepts
for Companies

In many companies, e-learning is still essentially seen as a compulsory event for compliance training on legal requirements or codes of conduct. However, there is great potential in teaching application-related skills that feed into corporate strategy and goals.

With a strategic e-learning concept for companies, dry technical topics can be turned into sustainable learning experiences that provide employees with up-to-date knowledge and new skills and lead to a motivating sense of achievement.

Start with an intelligent e-learning concept

Do you want to use company-specific content and intelligent digital learning applications to impart knowledge or sustainably train certain skills and further consolidate knowledge? We can help you a good deal here – with this proven e-learning concept:

CAESAR - The e-learning conception guide for successful e-learning production:

Context

First clarify the life, work or application context and refer to it again and again.
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Activity

Activate learners with a task or problem (from this context) that they can solve using the learning module.
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Exploration

Guide learners to explore courses of action. Through direct feedback, they can learn the consequences of different actions.
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Solution

If specialist knowledge is necessary for a solution, convey this as concretely and action-oriented as possible, in individual units and building on one another.
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Application

Ensure that learners apply the skills to multiple examples of use while avoiding "overtraining" them.
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Re-Connection

New knowledge only becomes retrievable when it is linked to existing prior knowledge. Therefore, tie the newly acquired skills to the existing knowledge to intensify learning success.
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E-Learning Concepts: Contents and Learning Objectives

Let’s assume that the training learning objective of a new product launch is: sales and service staff should be able to explain and demonstrate the benefits of the product to specialist dealers. Achieve this learning objective requires more than pure product knowledge. Rather, the training must teach communication and problem-solving skills.

Participants should learn how to:

But is teaching such communication and problem-solving skills even possible in a WBT?

Yes! Studies show that these are best integrated into concrete application contexts. In fact, the simultaneous teaching of problem-solving skills and product knowledge within a digital learning application is not only possible, but necessary.

E-Learning Concepts: Planning and Implementation

Before building the learning application, you review the source materials and develop a storyboard. The storyboard is then approved by the relevant department and the e-learning module is built using the authoring tool of choice. Done. In practice, however, this process is far more complex. That’s why many well-known customers rely on our expertise. Our experts for CONSULTATION, CONCEPTION, CONTENT DEVELOPMENT and REALIZATION.

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Do you have questions about e-learning concepts?

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Dr. Michael R. Kinville