eLearning Consulting & Strategy
Helping you keep your training promises
As an extension of your L&D team, we’re the safe pair of hands that will help you keep your training promises.
Combining backgrounds in learning psychology, elearning design and training technology, we roadmap solutions to meet your current and future needs. We then develop the content and systems needed for immersive learning experiences and better ROI.
We’re the trusted elearning partner to many UK, European, and global organisations:
Here’s how our elearning consultancy and strategy development services work:
We work closely with your L&D team to understand your immediate training needs and likely longer term requirements. We start a future-proof plan that will stay relevant to the needs of your business and your sector.
We talk to your key stakeholders and analyse any relevant, available data from learners, learning platforms, and other HR internal systems.
Assessment of your existing training content and systems, and looking for opportunities to keep what is working well, while improving on what has potential but needs modernisation.
Minimising waste is always one of our key considerations, and we look to leverage what has already been working to dovetail with new solutions.
With a clear understanding of your L&D goals, we articulate the potential barriers to reaching them, and the principles and tactics needed to overcome those barriers.
We define a learning strategy to reduce time to competency, maximise learner engagement, improve training outcomes and ensure the best possible ROI.
We roadmap the delivery of elearning and blended learning with timescales and milestones.
Depending on the preferences of your teams, locations and the nature of the content, we work with your managers and subject matter experts to curate, create and convert elearning or blended learning materials.
eLearning could be designed for self-paced, remote learning, face-to-face in a classroom environment, as micro-learning modules made available at the point of need (‘Just in Time Learning’) or any combination of these.
A good learning platform will become the hub of L&D within your organisation.
We’ll advise on the best approach and technology solutions, and can help you build a bespoke learning platform that both learners and L&D managers will enjoy.
A new system should feel like a helpful tool from day one, rather than another item on the to-do list.
When technology-related projects fail, it’s rarely down to a poor choice of solution – it’s usually due to a lack of buy-in beforehand, and poor communication on roll-out.
All stakeholders should feel like their wants and needs have been considered, and the reasons, benefits and timescales for change should all be clearly communicated.
We identify the best methods and people for implementation of any new solutions.
We never just leave you with new content and systems, then wave bye-bye.
Having established clear goals, our job is to make sure you have all you need to reach them.
We’ll help you to access the ideal scope and depth of learner analytics and evaluate the success of any new programme.
eLearning Solutions Director
Elaine knows how to create elearning that has a dramatic impact on business and learning outcomes.
She has a background in Educational Psychology combined with a career designing and developing online learning for some of the best-known brands in the UK and Europe, including the likes of Lloyds Bank, the NHS, Scottish Government and Halifax.
This puts her in an unrivalled position to understand what really works for adult learners, and how to achieve it given the constraints of technology, budget and culture.
Relevant case study: Lloyds Business Banking
We helped Lloyds Business to improve their induction training, and our elearning strategy and solutions enabled them to achieve a complete ROI within 3 months:
- Induction attrition dropped from 20% to 5%
- Call maturity (ability to answer a query in one go) for new advisors rose from 62% to 86%
- The average after-call work time dropped from 2 minutes down to 45 seconds
- Trainees who practised using Day One were measured as more confident and competent than those who hadn’t
Relevant case study: 3D Interactive Training for BOC
Industrial and healthcare gases supplier BOC is one of the world’s leading companies in its field, and the largest in the UK.
They wanted to make their training content more accessible and to grow their course sales revenue with an effective elearning ecommerce solution, delivered via a custom LMS. They also wanted the training to be more user-friendly and engaging by adding more interactivity.
We created a series of 3D interactive courses so that learners could explore an environment that made sense to them in the context of their day to day work.
Relevant case study: Training Line-managers to Support Pregnancy at Work
Tommy’s have unique authority in the UK in relation to pregnant employees and how they are and should be treated in the workplace. They wanted to enhance their subscription offer to HR Departments by supplementing it with a high-quality elearning portal for line-managers: ‘Pregnancy at Work’.
Unique elearning and resources for managers, designed in conjunction with parents, experts and cross-sector organisations.
Highly Commended at the 2022 Third Sector Awards in their ‘Breakthrough of the Year’ category.
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Could our elearning consultation, strategy and implementation help your organisation to make L&D more effective? Contact us at Day One Technologies for an initial chat about your needs.