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    At Practical Learning Solutions we work with the subject experts in your organisation to design and build a sustainable eLearning strategy which encompasses your organisation’s culture and goals, not that of a template.

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    Choosing eLearning? Quality matters

    If you are going to purchase or sign off on an eLearning product, will it deliver the quality and change your business demands? Before you produce or purchase your eLearning product, Practical Learning Solutions can review and evaluate it against our learning and design standards.  

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    Practical Learning Solutions can train your current Learning and Development or HR staff to build eLearning for your organisation.

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    Practical Learning Solutions can help you to invest in the right training strategy to give your organisation the learning outcomes needed to meet new demands and implement change.  

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Want to enable your trainers or learning and development staff to renew their skills or to update them to accommodate eLearning.? Find out more…

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Practical Learning Solutions has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the maze of eLearning

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Develop a new eLearning program or convert an existing training program, we can guide you, or design the content and develop the entire program.

Latest PLS Comments

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Does your eLearning support cognition or present content?

Posted by on August 5, 2012

I recently read the article “What forty years of research says about the impact of technology on learning: a second-order meta-analysis and validation study” by RM Tamim, et al. It was published in The Review of Educational Research, vol 81, March 2011. Firstly, the article contains some quotes that are excellent reminders of the importance […]

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Bells and whistles do not equal interactive learning

Posted by on June 11, 2012

Most of us are familiar with versions of the Learning Pyramid developed by the National Training Laboratories. You can see an example of it at http://siteresources.worldbank.org/DEVMARKETPLACE/Resources/Handout_TheLearningPyramid.pdf The key message is – the more we participate in the learning, the more we retain. You will notice that ‘audio-visual’ is listed as a passive teaching method – […]