Our training makes a difference.
Training that’s measurable and memorable isn’t about
prefabricated presentations and lifestyle photography.
Great training tells a story. It engages your learner and doesn’t let go. It’s easily accessible across a host of devices, from classroom PCs to iPads. And it doesn’t feel like training. Read more
If it has to do with e-learning, we’ve probably done it: .NET, ADDIE, Articulate, Captivate, HTML5, LMS Integration, SCORM, SharePoint, Software Simulation, SQL, Webinars, and more. Our e-learning experts will leverage that experience to help tell your story.
How much does e-learning cost?
For one hour of training, industry averages range from $10,000 for basic, static content to $40,000 and above for simulations, animations, and complex interactions.
When you hire us, one of the first things we do is discuss your goals so we can give you solutions that fit your budget. E-learning is a cost-effective training option, especially when you consider the benefits of reduced travel times and higher participation rates. When it comes to paying for e-learning, the most important thing to consider is the value it provides. An inexpensive solution that doesn’t work is just a waste of money.
How long does it take to build an e-learning course?
Typical development time for an e-learning course is 6–12 weeks from kickoff to final product. We use iterative and agile development cycles, so you can see your course being built—from concept through delivery. How much time your project will take is determined by the amount of content that’s already been prepared and the kinds of media and interactions you need.
How do I get the course to my audience?
Almost any e-learning course can be distributed via a standard web server. If you want to track consumption of the content (that is, who took it, who completed it, how long they took, assessment scores, and interaction attempts), you’ll need to deliver via a learning management system (LMS). The most commonly used standard that allows a course to communicate with an LMS is the Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM). All of the e-learning we develop is SCORM-compliant and we’ve worked with many learning management systems, large and small. Understanding and planning for delivery is one of the first things we discuss with our clients. If you don’t already have an LMS in place, we can create a portal solution that will give you many of the features you’d find in one.
Let’s Get Personal
The Sublime Media team wrote and developed an extensive iPad-optimized selling course for senior J.Crew stylists that teaches about and enhances the J.Crew brand. The course offers a curriculum of J.Crew best practices, and verifies the learner’s knowledge and skill through complex selling scenario simulations.Close
How Yahoo! Makes Money Through Advertising
This course, written for Yahoo! employees, explains how the company earns money through Search and Display advertising. Learning elements appear and animate as the learner moves through the story. The unique side-scrolling feature of this touch-optimized course was conceived of and developed by our team to maximize fluidity and enhance the narrative.Close
Site Security Training
Used as a primer for Amazon’s building security employees, this online course includes the Sublime Media original game Spot the Vulnerabilities, in which the learner is presented with several scenes and must identify the missing security features in each, before time runs out.Close
Xbox One Sales Training
We’ve developed several online courses for Microsoft Retail Stores, including training for new products such as Xbox One and Surface.Close