Marketing Manager Aurion Learning
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Skills required for in-house content authoring

22nd Mar 2016
Marketing Manager Aurion Learning
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In-House Content Authoring is regularly cited as one of the big eLearning trends to keep an eye on. So it comes as no surprise that organisations are increasingly developing custom eLearning materials in-house.

This trend has been spurred on by organisations attempting to reduce training costs and saving time in roll out training courses. Given the organisational benefits, designing, building and delivering eLearning in house seems the obvious choice. And in theory sounds straight forward and easy. However, given the amount of authoring tools available, the skills required, coupled with the reality that no two eLearning project are ever the same, is it any wonder that those responsible for designing and rolling out the learning online can feel a little bewildered.  

In response to client demand for on-site training and help to make in-house content authoring a little easier, we launched a new range of best-practice training courses specifically designed for in-house trainers and subject matter experts who want to learn how to design, build and deliver their own E-Learning and blended learning programmes.

Last week we hosted a webinar providing an insider view into the in-house development process, and the practical skills essential for developing engaging.

Skills required for developing e-learning in-house

 

As organisations continue to look for new and innovative ways to connect their learners through methods that will bring plentiful gains, in-house content authoring looks set to only grow.

What skills do you think are required for developing eLearning in-house?

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