Engage your learners with new systems
Interactive elearning and system simulations are ideal for engaging employees, partners or even customers with new software, hardware or technical processes. With a Learning By Doing approach, you can go from just imparting new knowledge to long-term skills development and behaviour change.
Our custom simulations and elearning solutions can also make your training much faster and cheaper to update and roll out at scale than traditional, face-to-face methods or static learning materials.
For over 25 years, Day One has helped organisations in the UK, Europe and worldwide to create and deliver elearning that drives software user adoption and engagement with new technlogies.
Our technology elearning solutions include:
- Bespoke elearning content development
- Simulation based training for practising the use of complex systems in a safe sandbox environment
- Learning management systems (LMS)
- Multilingual training materials and elearning translations – working with native speakers where appropriate to ensure accuracy
We use a multimedia approach to content development, which can help to make your materials as engaging as possible, as well as providing a range of learning experiences to suit different types of learner.
Our IT & technical training solutions can also deliver in-depth learner analytics, helping your trainers to monitor progress and successful course completion, which is often essential for regulatory compliance.
It can also help to identify specific support needs for certain groups or individual learners, and areas where learning materials could be improved.
The Day One team combines in-depth understanding of learning psychology, the latest and best in technology training solutions, and excellence in elearning design and development.
We pride ourselves on creating impactful technical training solutions with elearning content that engaging and enjoyable, as well as detailed, accurate and effective.
Relevant case studies
Examples of our work creating dynamic, bespoke elearning for technology: