Can’t get to the classroom?
People need a blended approach to learning an important concept or a complex software tool, and that is why we focus on the curriculum and the underlying message, which can then be delivered in a variety of formats.
The slideshows, lectures and demonstrations are scripted to aid delivery by a teacher or trainer, whilst the exercises and reference notes are there for the delegates or students – the topic is only covered completely when you bring the two sides together. Our list of individual eLearning solutions are;
Revit Architecture 2017, 2018 & 2019 – R1 999.00 excl
Revit Structure 2018 & 2019 – R1 999.00 excl
Revit MEP 2018 & 2019 – R1 999.00 excl
Navisworks 2017, 2018 & 2019 – R1 999.00 excl
Civil 3D 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
AutoCAD Essentials 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
AutoCAD Intermediate 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
AutoCAD Advanced / 3D 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
Revit Landscape Architecture 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
Revit Advanced 2018 – R1 999.00 excl
Executive guide to Building Information Modelling (BIM) – R1 199.00 excl
Virtual Project – Simulated BIM Project – R1 999.00 excl
It’s cost effective and saves time
By reducing the time taken away from the office, removing travel costs and doing away with printed materials, online learning helps you to save money and increase workplace productivity. It also means you will be happier and focused.
Learning 24/7, anywhere
Many face- to- face courses only operate within normal office hours. By attending the course when and where you like, you can make sure disruptions to your busy working schedule are minimised. This also means that you will be happier because you don’t need to travel to specific training centres, and if you have important work to catch up on, mandatory training can be done outside of office hours in exchange for lieu time. Most of our courses have an average learning time, and our CPD approved courses allow our learners to print out certificates of achievement.
It makes tracking of course progress a breeze
Perhaps the most important aspect of using computers for training is that, it with a well implemented Learning Management System (LMS), it makes it easy to track and prove your progress. This can be essential where proof of mandatory training is required. The tools to support the course content and learner tracking, records your theory learning, formative tests and assessments at the end of every topic.
Not everybody feels comfortable learning in a large group, especially if they find something hard to understand that co-workers have no problem with. E-learning allows you to tackle the subject at your own pace, with expert lead presentations and tasks being set in place to ensure a thorough understanding throughout each module.