- Custom HTML, HTML5, and Flash training modules
- Articulate Presenter, Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Lectora based training modules
- SCORM/AICC compliance
- Instructional design, script writing, and storyboard development
- Cross platform/mobile app development (PC/Mac/iOS/Android)
- Training simulations & games
- Video and 3D animation development
- Info graphics & analytics
Illumen developed a custom LMS and seven training modules for certification within each role.
Illumen developed a plan focused on building the level of experience both in making drinks and food by providing preparatory steps and then placing the learner in a virtual environment where they must prepare the requested item. They are then provided feedback based on their time and accuracy. This simulation, or visual game, gave the user customer satisfaction points which allowed them to continue or replay the game until they were prepared to spend a much decreased amount of time with the manager. Brand and culture play a large role in this company and so their training experience, which was one of the first tasks they had to preform, had to express their culture. A strong user interface design created a look and feel that prepared the learner for the culture they were becoming a part of.
Illumen has created several complex templates for providing interactive surgical technique training on new instrumentation. These solutions follow the developed technique guides but provide a more in depth step-by-step visual procedure. The user moves from step to step, being presented the information and requesting the learner to interact by dragging instruments together or to the patient, adjusting instruments based on the X-rays and sizing required, answering questions to scenarios, and finally taking an assessment to certify the learner of the given material.
Illumen worked with several subject matter experts and the instructional designer to determine the best approach to training and expressing the processes and procedures in place to limit problems. This learning module provides several interactive knowledge checks to assess the understanding of the learner and provide feedback.
These templates allow for the use of all kinds of available assets, including existing images and illustrations, 3D rendered animations, and realtime 3D animations to depict the techniques.
Illumen has developed many learning modules training on these subjects by placing the learner in the space with a virtual tenured manager that takes them through all the procedures and approaches to handling situations. By first providing a general level of information, building upon that, and then adding a level of interactive tools and training exercises, managers can not only be prepared, but also be provided with a much deeper level of company culture and quality that is carried through the learning modules.
Illumen has created several templates that allows videos, interactive training exercises, step-by-step animations, text, and audio to be plugged in. These care and use products can be delivered online, on iPads or other tablets as websites or apps, on CD-ROM, and on flash drives.
Types of Training
- Safety training
- CME and CE accreditation
- Education preparation training
- Process training
Samples of Our Work
|1. Need||Define the need for the module.|
|2. Plan||You know why, now focus on how this module will be put together.|
|3. Content||The subject matter expert and instructional designer begin to develop content.|
|4. Experience||As the content comes together, the creative director defines the user experience with the team.|
|5. Develop||The developers bring the content to life screen by screen.|
|6. validate||Quality assurance and pilot testing check the project against the plan and need.|
|7. Launch||With everything in check, the project launches and the learners learn.|
|8. Future||As time moves on, changes and updates are made as needed, continuing the process over.|
Levels of Interactivity
|Level 1 – Passive Interaction||Screen by screen or video with no real interaction|
|Level 2 – Limited Interaction||Simple interactions such as multiple choice and popup information|
|Level 3 – Moderate Interaction||More complex interactions such as drag and drop. Interaction has more logic and visuals|
|Level 4 – Simulation or Realtime Interaction||Highest level of interaction using complex, logic based simulations, games, or tools using high visuals, often putting a user in an environment|
Knowledge Checks, Assessments, and Surveys
Knowledge Checks allow learners the ability to test themselves. How well do they know the material? How well can they apply the material? Do they know enough to continue on through the course? Knowledge checks can be delivered as multiple choice and fill in the blank tests, ordering metrics, drag and drop, interactive simulations, games, and advanced decision tree methods.
Assessments allow a facilitator the ability to understand how well a learner comprehends and applies the information they have learned. This data can be gathered and stored. While many assessments are multiple choice, true and false, or fill in the blank, like knowledge checks, simulations and a wide variety of other methods can be used to assess they learner. Assessment questions can be randomized to reduce answer memorization and cheating.
Surveys are a great way for a facilitator or administrator to understand what a learner thinks of the content, how it is presented, how they feel they comprehended it, and methods of improvement. Surveys are sometimes placed after an assessment but can be provided to the learner in many ways. The survey data is used to vet the course against the objectives, check for development errors, and find potential future upgrades to the material.
Languages and Culture
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- Prepare cost estimates
- Determine return on investment (ROI)
- Discuss RFPs
- Brainstorm project ideas
- Answer technical questions
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