Development of distance courses
Types of courses we develop:
Simple slide-by-slide course. Allows you to convey information about something in a simple form and check the knowledge gained using a test or test tasks.
Dialogue simulator. A dialogue simulator is usually used to practice sales scripts and communicate with a client. An employee in a safe environment interacts with the interlocutor and learns the principles of communication, gets acquainted with common mistakes.
Simulator for the software product. It includes two stages: first, the employee performs tasks with prompts, then without prompts.
Interactive course. Includes disaggregated theory that is provided by text, infographics, videos. Various exercises are added to test the assimilation of the material. Tests may be added.
Educational game. All information is provided in a game format where the user will have to go through a series of tasks to achieve the desired result. This format allows you to convey boring information in an interesting way and clearly demonstrate situations.
Video with infographics. A video with infographics will allow you to quickly convey information about a new product, service or changes in work. This method is convenient when you need to demonstrate a lot of data or when you need a visual demonstration.
Animated video. Educational videos with hand-drawn characters.
Video lecture. This is an educational video recording, with added diagrams, graphs, photographs and much more needed to illustrate the material. Such a video will make the training live and create the illusion of communication with a live lecturer.
How do we work
Terms of reference, cost and terms. You send a request, we discuss with you your requests for the course. We assess the cost and production time.
Scenario. The methodologist develops a course scenario taking into account the rules of pedagogical design and coordinates it with you.
Design. Based on the scenario and your brand-book designer creates illustrations, conducts a photo session or video shooting.
Development. The developer assembles the course, adds animation and tweaks the mechanics of the exercises or games.
Acceptance. You get a ready-made course in the format you need.