eLearning Development Services
Level 1: Basic eCourse Development
Convert existing learning documents into a straightforward SCORM package that can be tracked and managed through the LMS.
Level 2: Simple eCourse Development
Convert existing learning documents into simple, interactive eCourses. This package includes adding quiz questions, updating designs, and adding simple interactions.
Level 3: Complex eCourse Development
This package will transform your content into robust, engaging, and interactive eCourses. Video, webinar, PPT, PDF, Word, or webpage can be converted to an interactive, branded eCourse.
Work in conjunction with your team
Any training content format can be converted to eLearning
“Content Factory” for a dynamic and efficient process for designing your content
All eLearning is published as SCORM for the best user experience
Rent Well, a program of Transition Projects, is a fifteen-hour tenant education course, focused on how to be a successful renter. Topics include understanding a landlord’s expectations, budgeting, effective communication skills, maintaining a rental unit, and how to successfully move in and move out. Rent Well is taught throughout Oregon and Washington by 250 certified instructors and counting. They believe that everyone deserves the right to live well, be well, and Rent Well.
Rent Well partnered with AdvanceNet to convert their workbook-based training into a 15 module eLearning course translated into six different languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, German, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese). We developed the Learning Management System (LMS) to host the training and a support portal which are also available in all of the languages. We also updated the website to reflect the new branding and highlight their new offerings. Rent Well also uses WorkReady Mobile to support students both during and after they complete the eLearning course.
The mission of the Institute for Coordinated Community Response (ICCR) is to work alongside rural communities to improve their collaborative, systemic response to domestic violence. The Institute was created as a program of the Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW) in 2018. CCAW provides a national platform to disseminate the highest level of training, information, and strategies to professionals who are responders and advocates to victims of the many and varied forms of crimes against women.
ICCR worked with AdvanceNet to create an online learning platform for the training program and to convert the training into eLearning modules. Cohorts of law enforcement officers, prosecutors and advocates collaborated on the online training program and participated in discussion groups through the platform.