In order to help associates brush up on skills, a short eLearning course was developed in under a week to meet the organization’s needs as soon as possible.
One of the skills our associates continuously need to brush-up on and practice is assisting patients with their glasses. With a few quick adjustments to a frame an associate can transform a pair of glasses. However, many associates don’t have the optical experience to know how to adjust a patient’s glasses to fix his/her problem and may be intimidated to do so, since glasses are so expensive.
We needed to create a learning module quickly (about 1 week turn-around with edits) so it could be distributed to associates. My teammate and SME took an older in-person presentation I’d found, updated the material and sent me the updated presentation with narration to use in the eLearning I created.
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Making content interesting
While my SME explained the concepts clearly in his narration, in order to make the content come alive I created animations to further illustrate what he was talking about.
|Sample of animation created within Storyline to illustrate concepts explained by on-screen text and narration.|
Communication to succeed
Our team had to work closely together in order to get the final product completed on time. I made sure to send final products to my SME for review and would reach out with a phone call if I had questions or needed quick approval. Our teamwork allowed us to roll out a product that we were proud of and met the needs of our associates.