eLearning covers a wide spectrum, but it boils down to using computers, networks and other electronic media to impart knowledge and train for specific skills. eLearning applications and processes include web-based (also called online or Internet-based training), computer-based, virtual classroom and digital collaboration. Content is delivered via the Internet, company intranet/extranet, audio or video, satellite TV, CD-ROM, DVD, and flash drive. It can be self-paced, instructor-led, or blended. eLearning includes media in the form of text, image, animation, streaming video and audio.

Sexton & Company brings eLearning to life. The screen may be flat, but the training is anything but. Based on your budget, we build as much participant interactivity into the training as possible. This creates an engaging learning experience, which in turn helps ensure the training is effectively absorbed and retained by the learner.

Learn more about the eLearning options available, below. You can also see specific examples of our eLearning work in our Portfolio. Then call us at 303-246-0366 to discuss your specific eLearning project.

Online Training/Internet Training/Web-Based Training (WBT)

Online training is ideal when the content evolves quickly or continuously, employees are scattered across multiple locations, or for “just in time” training for any application that needs to be pushed out immediately.

We’re seeing more and more organizations making the move to convert existing instructor-led training to online training. When you consider the costs associated with travel for employees to attend training, it’s easy to understand the benefits of doing so. This is an area of expertise for the Sexton & Company team. We can breathe new life into your traditional training materials using interactive and engaging multimedia elements. We can also develop customized eLearning from scratch, or create a blended solution. Our team understands the considerations that must be made for bandwidth, training environments, and the systems needed to provide and manage the training.

Computer-Based Training (CBT)

Computer-based training can be in the form of CD-ROM, DVD, or flash drives.  It’s an effective way to distribute training because it offers more security than online training, it isn’t constrained by bandwidth limitations of dial up networks, and it’s portable. CD-ROM delivery is compatible with most older computer systems that may not be equipped with a DVD drive.

Our developers are well-versed in the latest technical knowledge and skills to successfully implement CBT programs to meet your needs.

Blended Learning

A blended learning approach combines instructor-led training with computer-based, online, and/or other technologies, like satellite television, videoconferencing and emerging electronic media. Blended learning increases the flexibility of your training programs. It can help you reach more learners in more areas, with significant reduction in the travel costs associated with training. The Sexton & Company team will expertly assess your situation, and then create the right combination of delivery methods to achieve the training objectives.