We love to share what we do and what we’ve learned - and keep on learning from others.
Here are some of the things we’ve been working on, thinking about or struck by. If you think you have a project we’d be interested in, give us a call. We’re always up for an informal chat and bouncing ideas around.
To get bang for your buck with elearning, the delivery platform is key. It doesn't have to be complex or costly - but you have to know what you need it to do.
On 27 November 2019 we’ll host a free workshop to help companies explore how they can create custom elearning content; we’re prepared to put some delegates off entirely.
From October 2019 our Adapt authoring tool will use v4 framework. Existing customers whose tool uses v2 need to consider migrating their courses. Here’s the essential what, why and how.
Can Studios’ marks a significant update of Training Post LMS with a special discount - making the best online learning experiences available to more people.
Following our work with Guide Dogs for the Blind, we share what we learned, how our elearning tools have improved and why we’re convinced Adapt is best for accessible online courses.
The mobile app we created for Doddle makes accessing their resources and self-marking quizzes easier than ever - helping millions of students keep on top of homework.
Using real world situations to introduce the core concepts, we provided gamified learning that was engaging without being patronising, and robust enough to work anywhere.
The competency assessment tool we designed and built for Reuters helps customer service staff at all levels identify training needs in themselves, and their team.
The content we created for the Environment Agency has made training for this specialist role more productive, effective and flexible.
Rigorous instructional design and clean visuals help Kogan Page convey the essentials of key business topics to professionals - quickly and conveniently.
Our dynamic delivery engine generates fast, fun phonics lessons that let teachers concentrate on observing children - and focus support where it’s needed most.
Guide Dogs wanted elearning to explain the principles underpinning their dogs’ training. It needed to be accessible to all their staff - including those with sight loss.
Now Adapt authoring gives course creators more power to express their brand and visual style - and we’re proud to have helped make that possible.
Our character-based avatars enabled Spirax Sarco’s Academy team to develop engaging and flexible training, helping deliver learning and associated business benefits even faster.
From first concept to successful product - our bespoke software development has given Doddle the power and flexibility to free teachers to teach.
Adapt framework version 4 puts accessibility for all at the heart of this elearning tech - by getting rid of the accessibility mode. Yes, really...
This custom designed and built course for the NRC guides managers through a programme of on and offline activities that ensure learning is applied in practice.
We helped ensure UNHCR personnel understand vital public health technicalities and can work effectively with other field staff to keep displaced people safe.
The bespoke tools and content we created for the Environment Agency make this highly specialist training more productive, effective and flexible.
For Coding Week, Mark shares what learning on the job looks like for software developers, and why people and problem solving are central to writing good software.
We helped the international NGO Humanity & Inclusion develop highly-effective content, and built them robust online modules, fit for the most challenging conditions.
Kiwa Agri Food's business-critical training is as likely to be taken in truck or tractor cabs as training rooms. They chose Training Post for function without faff.
Our ecommerce platform for online training lets Kogan Page customers buy and explore high-quality content in one, fully branded space.
Far from dumbing down – elearning for children really helps us up our game. We must be critical, questioning and creative when we work for little learners.
Our ongoing commitment to developing and working with the open source authoring tool has seen Can Studios made an Adapt Learning collaborator.
With Ufi grants of up to £300k available, we’re inviting organisations to tell us where they think vocational tech could tackle emerging skills needs.