Colourful thinking

With 20 years experience behind us, we know a thing or two about developing and delivering bespoke training solutions! This section of our website is aimed at sharing that experience and knowledge with you. Feel free to download and share any of the content below and, if you have any questions, please do get in touch either by calling us on the number in the top right of your screen, or by using our online form.

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Choosing the right type of training: generic e-learning - White Paper

generic e learning

This paper will provide an overview of the most commonly used terminology—starting with the difference between ‘generic’ and ‘bespoke’ training. You’ll find out when and why choosing a generic product is the right decision, and when you should opt for something else; what to look for in an off the shelf package; the different range of customisation options; and how to find a supplier who can provide both credible content and excellent learning design.

How to choose the best content developer - white paper

APRIL18webinar resource image

Walkgrove hosted a webinar delivered by our guest speaker and leading independent e-learning consultant, David Patterson, on 23 May 2018. The webinar gave some expert insights and explore topics such as:

  • Project management 
  • Sector experience
  • Communication 
  • Clear case studies
  • Quality assurance

The white paper is available to download here.

You can also download the slide deck here.

David has worked for Learning Light for over 10 years and in that time has become an influential commentator and valued consultant in the world of e-learning and learning technologies - visit his website here.

Balancing the cost of learning

Investment v ROI is a business-wide discussion point and is often the backbone in measuring success in any business. Why is this not always the case for learning? We’d like to think it was, but as designers, managers and stakeholders, are we always sure that the money invested in training is invested in the right way to yield greater results in learning?