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LJ Beaupre

Hi Heather,

I don't know if you're considering online options, but I learned from scratch using Lynda.com (LinkedIn Learning has the same courses). They only have the beginner course up so far for 360, but the advanced course for Storyline 2 would cover most of what's in 360 anyway. Both sites come with a free 30-day trial period that should cover the entire time your employee needs to do the course.

Hope that helps :)

LJ Beaupre

Actually, adding on to that, depending on what background they have, I would also recommend doing one of the two available learning paths- particularly the second one if they are new to e-learning:

Instructional Designer
Instructional Developer (simply skip the Captivate/Camtasia modules if they're not needed)

Instructional Designer is more for someone who has no background in instructional design at all, and may not be useful.

 

Mark Hooper

Hi Heather! My company, Room 435, is based out of NY and we would be glad to discuss coming to you in London for a training event.  We also have a live online training room that might be an option for you. 

I have been training instructional designers around the globe for over 10 years and in the media industry for over 30 years. In addition to training, Room 435 also works with our clients to create custom courses branded to your company's identity.

Feel free to contact me anytime!

Mark Hooper
CEO and Creative Director
Room 435

room435.com