Public Lectora and Articulate Storyline Classes in Milton Keynes Announced

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On March 1st 2019, it was announced that Traineasy, an established re-seller of e-learning authoring tools, is now offering public Lectora and Articulate Storyline classes in Central Milton Keynes. For the first time delegates will be able to join a cohort and take advantage of the authoring tool workshops that until now have been available only on customer site.

After many years’ experience delivering on site workshops, on March 1st 2019, Milton Keynes-based e-learning company, Traineasy announced that it is now also offering public Lectora and Articulate Storyline classes in training facilities located in Central Milton Keynes, near to its Furzton Lake head office.

The scheduling of public classes has been in response to increased demand from new-in-post e-learning developers needing to catch up with colleagues who have already had training, and from individuals working with either Lectora or Articulate Storyline by themselves.

For the first time, these delegates will be able to access instruction and advice from Traineasy’s qualified, experienced and popular trainer in small groups where their creative ideas will be developed alongside knowledge of the authoring tools. Delegates will be encouraged to bring examples of e-learning previously created, and everyone will be given plenty of personalised advice just as they would on a bespoke course.

Currently, it is not known how many classes per year will be run and whether demand will be for basic courses or more advanced. However, Traineasy is keen to grow its revenues from this part of its business and will therefore be promoting keenly to both its existing customers and new.

Publishing on LinkedIn Sarah Lambie, Business Development Director said, “I am so pleased to announce today that we have started running classroom training courses for users of the e-learning authoring tools Articulate Storyline and Lectora. Based in our training facilities in Milton Keynes, courses will be run on demand and the first is already scheduled for May 2019.”

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