Course Design

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The design and delivery of eLearning is influenced by the needs of the organization, and key characteristics of the learner. Careful planning at the course design stage not only makes course delivery easier, it also facilitates student learning, engagement, and retention.

Needs Analysis

Our needs analysis process defines the needs and expectations of the organization and the target audience. This process enables our instructional designers to cut through the clutter and define the right learning objectives to solve your business challenges. Our instructional designers evaluate the current material, determine gaps in knowledge, and then design content to close those gaps.

ADDIE model

Curriculum Design

Whether we are developing new programs or revising existing courses, the decisions we make are guided by applying concepts and principles of curriculum design.

It is important to define the curriculum structure - its organization in courses, units, lessons, and activities. During this process, our experts review and evaluate existing content, and compare it to your needs and the constraints.

They outline the best delivery method for each unit (self-paced or virtual). Learners follow this instructional path as they build their understanding and knowledge. There is always one very best solution to any professional development challenge and Brookwood’s curriculum design process guides us to that place.

Blended learning

Blended learning is a combination of face-to-face and distance learning. It takes the classroom out of a traditional setting and lets the learner become part of virtual communities used for collaboration. Through our blended learning approach, we combine self-paced modules, virtual training, and classroom training, to maximize learning, and retention.

Blended learning

Course Content Writing

Our experienced instructional designers work with the clients subject matter experts to gather knowledge and the information needed to write effective content for the learning courses. They review and refine learning material, with the learner in mind, and expertly create content that align to specific program objectives. Scenarios, activities, knowledge checks, and narration script is added to a detailed storyboard, which then is used for developing creative, interactive, and engaging modules.

Course Content Writing