Online Courses

We offer a variety of online training courses for employees of all levels. We are committed to creating and continuously improving effective learning methods.

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What we offer

Highly Engaging Courses

Our online training courses incorporate interactive, instructional videos that are rooted in case-based education, which can accelerate the development of skills by exposing participants to a range of realistic “cases” that encourages them to reflect on the experiences to better absorb the lessons.

Research has found that supporting viewers’ attention in videos enhances both behavioral and neuronal performance and satisfies various learning styles (Ebner et al. 2013). Interactivity in instructional videos offers appropriate levels of control, feedback, reinforcement, and a range of choices and practice, all of which can lead to better attitude, performance and information retention.

Real Life Scenarios

in our eLearning videos help students comprehend and apply different concepts to real-life work situations that they will inevitably encounter

Pre-adjunct questions 

at the beginning of a video can stimulate the learner’s attention. They serve as a method or tool of stimulating the learner’s attention and motivate their focus to look forward at specific details in the video. 

Post-adjunct questions

encourage learners to apply the learned knowledge and even build explanations and expectations to go beyond the instructional material. Participants tend to learn better with worked-out examples.

Memorization-level questions 

enhance memory and can be either recognition questions or constructed recall questions. Asking a learner to recall and recognize specific instances, principles or rules from memory that were taught in a previous video can boost knowledge retention

Prediction questions 

are a beneficial technique designed to challenge learners to make predictions at specific points. The benefits of predictions have been studied in multiple eLearning tools. It is believed that asking learners to predict what is going to happen requires the use of pre-existing knowledge and thus contributes to the processing of information. 


is given after the participant’s answer. Within out videos, we confirm and explain the correct answer, and we encourage students to re-think the wrong answer. According to Nicol and Macfarlane-Dick (2005) good feedback practice facilitates the development of self-assessment in learning. 

Open-ended Assignments 

allow students to practice and apply what they have learned. The assignments are graded and feedback is provided.


are included at the end of each course and provide valuable assessment for students and to apply what they learned. 

Designed and built for everyone

Interactive videos, ebooks, self-assessment, certificates, and much more.
Taking online classes has been a major benefit to me. The instructors are supportive and responsible in returning emails.

Helen Red

I would like to thank my instructors for their continuous support. The courses were challenging and well laid out.

Josh Stobbard


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