Technologies for Learning Group

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E-learning Samples

From blended learning to simulations to webinars, TLG has been creating powerful e-learning courseware for over 15 years. This is just a sample of training material made for a few of our happy clients.

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Learning Solutions For Industry

Detailed 3D Modelling and Animations

TLG consulted on a strategy for commercializing off-the-shelf e-learning products based on LearningSI's traditional classroom courses for heavy industry, and then designed and started to develop this suite of e-learning products.

The client's course catalogue represents hundreds of classroom hours of training for heavy industry such as pulp and paper and oil and gas. TLG is turning this training into easily accessible SCORM-compliant e-learning modules.

3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
3D Modelling and Animation
E-learning Modules and Webinars
E-learning Modules and Webinars
E-learning Modules and Webinars

ICT Association of Manitoba

Technology Sales Accelerated Program

TSAP is a blended training program designed to increase the sales capacity of small and medium sized technology companies through the development of workers skilled in technology sales. TLG designed the overall concept and framework, and developed a library of more than 80 learning assets ranging from eLearning courses to video podcasts.

The program employs multiple delivery formats: online e-learning and assessment, on-the-job training, face-to-face training and print-based learning.

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E-learning Modules and Webinars

Emergency Nursing

Online Defibrillation Simulation

Emergency Nursing is a training simulation game developed for ward and clinical nurses cross-training in emergency nursing. The simulation is one component of a comprehensive self-directed learning supplement to formal classroom-based training.

In the game, learners are presented with a patient experiencing a medical emergency. Their main objective is to determine and perform the emergency procedure required to save the patient. Learners must perform complex tasks such as analyzing the patient's condition, determining and performing appropriate procedures and assessing results. The patient's condition improves or deteriorates according to the learners' decisions and performance.

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E-learning simulations
E-learning simulations
E-learning simulations
E-learning simulations
Game-like Interactions
Game-like Interactions
Game-like Interactions
Game-like Interactions

At the Office

TLG Product

At the Office is a adaptive, scenario based game that teaches soft skills in the workplace. Learners assume the role of a team member, make decisions, problem solve and see how their decisions influence the story's outcome. The conditions of the scenario adapt—characters join or leave the team, new challenges arise, and outcomes are achieved—according to learners' actions.

Designed using TLG's Tell Me, Show Me, Let Me Try instructional approach, learners have the option to pull instructional material, watch skill demonstrations and practice tasks along the way. Learners get feedback to help to reinforce key concepts and help learners adjust their decisions if desired.

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