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E-Learning Provider


Hello all,

I am trying to get some providers who will be able to design some e-learning modules for our company. The focus is really on Sales and Marketing topics such as coaching, behavioural interviewing etc. We would like to send them some material and then the provider would then turn it into an e-learning module. The focus would be on up to date learning methods and engaging the viewer through a variety of learning materials that would be motivating for the user.

Has anyone used some good e-learning providers they could recommend? Thanks
Kirsty Hall

12 Responses

  1. Information Transfer
    Hi Kirsty!

    I’m sure you’ll get lots of good recommendations, but I’d like to suggest you contact a company I know well, Information Transfer.

    They’ve been winning lots of industry awards lately too for their custom e-learning projects, which speak volumes for the effectiveness of their work.

    My contact there is Cathy Curwood and feel free to mention my name when you call.

  2. Academee elearning solutions
    Hi Kirsty

    I work for Academee, and we design bespoke elearning solutions and also have extensive experience in the areas you mention. Please have a look at or call us on 01625 540540 – we’d be delighted to talk to you. There are also a couple of relevant articles from Academee on this website. Obviously I have to declare an interest but in my defence, 100% of our clients would recommend us to others!

    Jane O’Hara

  3. Custom eLearning Solutions
    Hi Kirsty,

    While planning to make your training available online, you may wish to consider the following:

    Most learners’ perception of eLearning is dull, uninspiring and ineffective.

    Ensuring that your online training is engaging and relevant to your audience will pay dividends.

    When selecting a custom learning solutions supplier you should ensure that their focus is on achieving your wider business objectives, not just on transposing your materials into an online experience.

    Hope this helps Kirsty.


    David Lloyd

  4. Up to date learning methods and engaging

    If you are looking for something trully engaging using the latest learning methods can I suggest you look at the immersive learning simulation providers such as Sometimes referred to as “serious games”, immersive simulations teach the learner using a variety of materials (written, audio, video, avatars etc) to create the feeling of learning by doing in as realistic environment as possible. This approach is ideal for a competitive sales and marketing team and is far more productive than traditional eLearning.

    If you would like to see some examples or discuss please feel free to email me at

    Good luck on your hunt


    Hi Kirsty

    In my experience Sales and Marketing are notoriously competitive environments full of people with short attention spans. You might want to think about creating a ‘toolkit’ of fun, punchy e-learning modules which acted as ‘just in time’ support, rather than more ‘traditional’ e-learning materials.

    Send me an email: and I’ll give you a log in to our secure portal which holds examples of some of the hundreds of programmes we have made, which will show you the type of learning that is possible.

    Best wishes


  6. e-Learning developer
    Hello Kirsty,

    I would like to introduce Intellego. We are an e-learning solution provider with a major focus on innovative e-learning design across a number of industries and sectors. We can certainly assist in the development of engaging sales and marketing programs which is an area we have worked in extensively and can both show examples and put you in touch with current clients. You can go to our web site or contact our development office on 0191 2263505.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Graham Turner

  7. What about off the shelf solutions
    Hi Kirsty

    There are plenty of providers with off the shelf courses in these subject areas.
    Try looking here: – and search across almost all course providers you could want to find.


  8. off-the-shelf and custom development available
    Off-the-shelf content in the area of sales, marketing and interveiwing is available at A good part of our work is done on a custom basis. Thank you. Joanne.

  9. Could consider – Intuition
    Hi Kirsty,

    I agree with David Lloyds comments ‘When selecting a custom learning solutions supplier you should ensure that their focus is on achieving your wider business objectives, not just on transposing your materials into an online experience’

    Intuition can design e-learning modules specific to your requirements. Intuition has been delivering technology-based learning solutions for over 20 years. Their website is –

    We are developers of online learning courses. We have a ready-made library of over 250 tutorials. if you’d like to review our courses to see if there is a good fit, please contact me at Some sample tutorials, would be
    Recruitment and Interviews: Capturing Competency
    RecruitmentInterview Pitfalls
    Five Star Customer Service
    Win-Win Sales Strategies
    Resolving Customer Complaints
    Marketing: Tired Products
    Tackling Tradeshows


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