FELR has attained much distinction in coming up with projects that are well-directed and based upon sound research. FELR has developed an elaborate instructional design document (IDD) outlining the vision of orienting such efforts towards production- cum- communication purposes, with detailed blueprints to the developers and the clients, much prior to digitization. By vetting the IDD blueprint and getting it approved by the client, prior to the onset of digitization, one is able to involve the client in design formation as well as development processes of the courseware.

Our services are exemplary , enabling us to develop a 3-step process for producing eLearning programmes for the clients. Our proven solutions are “learner-centric” and based upon various forms of learning styles of our adult audiences The process outline is as such:

Step 1.   Planning Proces

The development processes of all eLearning material does, of course, begin with the a series of planned activities such as:
1. Audience analysis

2. Identification of various types of deliverables, such as CBT (Computer Oriented Training) ,WBT (Web-based Training)), or our specially designed Flash-slide oriented proprietary based deployed strategy.

3. Defining of specific standards that include SCORM-compliance based needs analysis.

4. Identification of software tools that are required.

5. Essential to identify the learning principles that need to be adopted, such as distance learning, or perhaps even adopt a combined approach involving adult learning -cum- s classroom instruction.


Step.2   Design cum Development

1. Demo acquisition related to the functionality as well as features of the product delivered by our development team.

2. Developing a high level based content outline along with courseware map and then getting it reviewed by a respective client, content experts as well as development team.

3. Also, creation of IDD, to be used for the digitations of the respective courseware.

4. Need to develop all of the modules, and then getting it tested after prototypes have been definitely approved.

5. Creation of courseware that is prototype and can be reviewed by the respective clients, content experts, development team as well as by the usability engineering based laboratory.

 

Step  3 .  Review/Deployment /Testing

Finalization of the digitized course materials, courseware tested by several experts by adhering to such steps: Courseware has been reviewed for functionality by the respective developers, in-house trainers as well as subject matter experts:

1. Review of digitized courseware with the help of usability engineers.

2. Conducting a review of the digitized material for style, standardization and language consistency by the instructional designers.

3. Revision of the courseware that has been based upon the review as well as testing.

4. Deploying a strategy to the respective customer and also in future revising the courseware that is based on end-user feedback.

5. Integrated testing with progammers’ application by programmers.

6. Making sure that the solution is integrated with LMS.

7. Also ensuring a solution that is SCORM compliant.