Design and Development Services
Need a training course or programme using a blend of delivery mediums? We can work with you to design the most suitable options.
Not all learners, skills or content are the same
When thinking about delivery mediums, people often take a silo-based approach. It's got to be all classroom for this programme, all e-learning for this course or all self-study for this training intervention.
But what about if within a given programme, course or intervention, you may need a mixture or blend of delivery mediums? This might be the case more often than you think. Because not all learners, skills and content are created equal.
A particular group of learners or a particular skill-set and its related knowledge topics might be better suited to one delivery medium rather than another.
What drives decisions about the blend?
So how can you make good decisions about the best delivery mediums to use?
A good question. And one that is not always straightforward to answer.
So this usually means assessing a given course or programme on a case-by-case basis. The danger here is that your assessments will be too subjective or based on a hunch rather than the facts.
However, if you choose to work together with us on a development project, we can provide certainty and predictability during this assessment phase.
About our analysis matrix
This is because we use our own unique analysis matrix which has been developed in-house and road-tested on many different projects. It examines:
- the learners themselves
- the frequency with which they use the skills and content being taught
- the complexity, and
- the relative shelf-life of the content and skills
By assessing these different criteria consistently, this enables us to work with you to make informed decisions about the best delivery mediums for the specific skills sets and knowledge you need to include in your course or programme.
Got a blended learning project in mind?
If you have a project in mind and you think it's going to need a blend of delivery mediums, let's talk. It doesn't matter whether it's very early stages or something that's more developed and ready to go. We're happy to talk to you, obligation-free.
Schedule a free, no-obligation call
The best way to do this is to schedule a free call with one of our learning design experts. The call can be 15, 30 or 60 minutes long, depending on how much time you think you might need. And there's no harm in choosing a longer call time, even if you don't need all the time allocated.
You can make the booking here on our website where you'll find available time slots over the next couple of weeks or so.
Alternatively, you can call us, email or fill in an online enquiry form on the Contact Us page of this website.