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E-learning from A to Z

The truth is that you don’t need all the letters of the alphabet to build an effective e-learning solution but you do need a strong methodology.

Just remember these five letters: A-D-D-I-E.

A for Analysis

We figure out together the impact, the change you want to see happening with your e-learning solution, and we analyze in detail your audience and the environment where they will be performing their role. Before going any further, we map the resources available (technology, team, budget) to define the framework that will set us up for success.

D for Design

I create for you a blueprint - the detailed design document - that will be our compass all throughout the project. This blueprint contains the learning goals, the content to be covered, the most effective modality, and a detailed outline of the components of your e-learning solution.

D for Development 

I create your e-learning materials with the most appropriate tools. Here you have some I use quite often: Articulate 360: Storyline and Rise; LMS Moodle; Vyond; Genially; Adobe Suite.

I for Implementation

I pilot your training solution with you, and I accompany your Subject Matter Experts in their facilitation role. I can also provide technical pedagogical support for LMS Moodle.

E for Evaluation

Once the piloting is complete, it is time for stock taking. We acknowledge successes and identify improvements for future editions of your training course.

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In e-learning there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution.


Each e-learning project is unique but here you have some possible solutions that might be a good fit for you:


By far the most popular and flexible solution for large population sizes when learning needs to happen anywhere, anytime. The potential of self-pace modules can be multiplied when combined with other

e-learning solutions.

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Self-pace modules


Learning doesn’t happen only in a classroom anymore. Informal learning takes place anytime, anywhere: Internet searches, social media posts, checking a community of practice… Pulling a piece of content that can be consumed in five minutes or less at the moment of need can be everything your users need.

Microlearning is an excellent fit for certain types of content and learning needs.

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A full training course might not always be the most effective answer. Sometimes on-the-job aids

and how-to guides are the best way to improve performance.

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Job-aids and guides


Do you need a secure and private space for collaborative learning with user-friendly technology that doesn’t require a high-band width? Then Moodle is the solution for quizzes, assignments or forums that you can grade and even deliver a certificate.

Moodle-based courses


Probably, the most powerful e-learning tool available right now. It combines all the advantages of face-to-face training with all the potential of digital training. Let’s combine a self-pace module with a live virtual or on-site event followed by an assignment to submit on Moodle. How does it sound?

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Blended learning

E-learning from A to Z

Training of Trainers 
and Facilitation


Being very knowledgeable about the topic?

Absolutely yes,… but not only. The “curse of knowledge” is frequently one of the worst enemies of effective facilitation. Have you ever attended a training event where this very knowledgeable expert spoke for 2 hours (or more!) and in the end you realized you were still not able to solve the problem that made you attend the event in the first place?

That is why I design and deliver on a regular basis training of trainers workshops, both for face-to-face and for online delivery. These workshops are meant for experts designing and delivering training in their role at international humanitarian organizations.


The goal of these workshops is to provide effective facilitation skills, and for that, we work through the training cycle principles while experiencing a learner-centered approach. This experience will help them find the right balance between their role of experts and their role of facilitators what will make the learning experience effective for their learners.

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Tranining of Trainers and faciliation

Multilingual localization

of your learning courses

Do you mean “translating my e-learning module into another language”?

Well, not exactly…E-learning localization is more than just translating. It refers to a thorough process of creating a language version of your e-learning content, and adapting it for a specific region or a specific audience.


The truth is that, for this process to be effective, it should begin right at the very first stages of analyzing your training needs. This will save you time and money if, for example, the e-learning solution is designed with specific language versions in mind or developed with a translation-friendly tool.

If you would like to know more about e-learning localization and my best practices, check out the resource below/the following resource.

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Multilingual localization of your learning courses
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