Interactive learning for systems training
Both technical and non-technical teams need to use online and / or desktop software, often needing to switch between multiple programmes under pressure.
Many of our clients have also needed to provide systems training to staff working in complex, highly regulated industries.
For over two decades, we’ve combined an understanding of learning psychology with the latest and best in elearning technologies to create systems training that’s enjoyable to use, as well as effective.
We create truly interactive learning that combines knowledge development with practice exercises, true to life scenarios and assessments that work for different types of learners, and that prepares them for the live working environment.
As well as making onboarding and skills development faster and more efficient, good systems improves staff engagement and confidence, which can help companies to retain their best staff.
We’re also seeing a growing demand from software companies who want to improve their in-product training to enhance sales, user skills and retention.
There is generally a void between basic user guides and intro videos, and a full-blown sandbox environment. We can fill that with dynamic, interactive systems training.
When creating systems training using scenarios and simulations, our goal is always to deliver an immersive learning experience that makes the learner feel like they are using the real thing.
Systems training case studies
Examples of our work creating dynamic, bespoke elearning for systems training:
The client verdict
“Training all the [Lloyds Banking Group] staff to use these systems and new processes – and to do it without interrupting service to customers – represents an enormous success.“
It’s a financial world