Overview

Continuous learning at the desired pace is among the top five challenges that executives of growing companies face today. The advent of technology, job types and changing profile of the current workforce has brought a discernible shift to the way in which organizations learn. From a predominantly ILT led training mix, the digital device and media led learning has caught on.

The extent of prevalence, adoption and impact of e-Learning in the Philippines and some of the SE Asian countries while lagging compared to the numbers in the developed markets and other parts of Asia, seems to follow the same trend.

The next 5 years will see a strong increase in e-Learning adoption and make the difference among companies that grow and get left behind.

The Philippines, in particular, offers great potential for various forms of e-Learning to become a learning mode to reckon with given the following changes over the last decade both in technology and mindset:

Strong mobile penetration

Reduced internet costs and increased speed

Strong adoption of social media channels

Composition of the workforce with a significant millennial population

Increasing exposure to international investments in the business, across industries

Acknowledgement of the need for continuous learning among professionals

Why E-Learning?

Delivery consistency

Ensure consistency and uniformity in messaging across geographies and functions.

Bigger reach per unit cost

The model of ‘develop once, use forever’ makes the unit cost per learner significantly lower than the ILT mode.

On-demand

Make content and instructor available for consumption anytime, anywhere.

Up-to-date content

Development time has caught on with the pace of learning; Provide relevant and updated content much faster

Serve need for customization

Developing custom content allows organizations to integrate stories and other elements that create an emotional connection with their learners

Key Services

Learning Design

Script Writing

Storyboard Development

Motion Graphics (and Videos) Development

eLearning Development

Translation and Localization

Migration to HTML5

Our Approach (5D)

We follow our proven yet unique 5D project implementation/delivery methodology as a basic framework for the engagement.  Each of the 5Ds represents sub-groupings of activities expected to be undertaken in connection with the engagement, although we emphasize that the activities presented herein are in no way final nor complete and may be revised, as necessary.

Our Strategies

Micro-learning breaks down instructional content into brief modules, typically a lesson the learner undertakes in minutes instead of hours.

Studies have shown we remember what we are taught when it’s broken down into easily absorbed bits. That’s because human brains retain instruction when it’s doled out in condensed units instead of long, drawn-out sections or when data is piled up in heaps. Micro-learning mimics how we learn best!

Visuals tend to be more interesting and engaging when compared to text. Video-based learning helps learners retain and maintain interest for longer periods of time. Breaking down logical and complex topics into video narrative gives the learners clear concept clarity, as everything can be visualized and explained in detail.

Branching simulations help challenge a set of skills and knowledge acquired or already possessed by the learner. One decision leads to a different story and determines how a scene evolves and what options remain open to the learner.

Branching simulations promote critical thinking and make e-learning more efficient. As the story unfolds, the learners are presented with more and more options and choices and can put their knowledge into practice

Influence of technology upon children and education has been immense. Making use of mobile applications to deliver eLearning results in enhanced interaction. App-based learning also helps in individually focused learning and monitor the progress of individual learners.

Gamification can be defined as the concept of applying game-design thinking to the art of teaching. It enhances learner engagement, activates the rewards system in the brain, which helps speed up the learning and allows learners to retain and recall information better.