ENS eLearning staff skills and experience is foremost in the education industry. Whether for instructor-led or
online delivery the end product must be educationally sound.
A Front End Analysis will identify precise solutions to specific situations found within the client organization.
This phase of development allows for a full examination of the training options and associated costs and benefits.
Appropriate learning methodologies are identified and applied towards the design and development of the courses.
Course content can be delivered in support of online and offline programs. The online delivery program is enabled
through the use of a fully customizable Web Portal where students are provided with a personalized interface to
navigate through assigned curricula and consume the content.
From within the e-learning portal environment, students can:
Course content can be exported in HTML and XML formats and printed in support of offline learning requirements.
- view an entire course in logical order
- search for Learning Objects that will help in the completion of specific tasks
- view Learning Objects identified as a result of a knowledge assessment
- participate in Discussion Forums designed for collaborative learning exercises
Instructors can present the material in a slide presentation format in support of classroom based delivery and online
synchronous delivery programs.