As part of the new G-Cloud 9 framework, UK public sector organisations can source bespoke eLearning and microlearning content creation services from Agylia on the Digital Marketplace.
With highly skilled and experienced instructional design and media teams, Agylia uses the latest authoring solutions for the production of engaging digital learning content. The content can designed for delivery to learners across the widest range of devices - from desktops to the latest tablet and smartphone devices.
Incorporating the latest design features such as interactive videos and gamification, Agylia’s eLearning and microlearning content can help public sector organisations engage and train their staff and community efficiently and effectively - whilst providing a more enjoyable and engaging learning experience.
Agylia’s services include the design and development of individual courses or entire programmes covering a wide range of subject areas, including compliance, induction, leadership development, and staff and community engagement.
Agylia’s bespoke eLearning and microlearning content can be easily updated - by Agylia or internal instructional designers - to reflect social, economic, political or regulatory changes - thereby future proofing learning and development programmes.
“Public sector organisations including the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, NHS Digital and the National Crime Agency have embraced digital learning content from Agylia,” said Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia. “Being part of the latest G-Cloud framework will enable us to continue to support the public sector with bespoke eLearning and microlearning content creation across their learning and development programmes.”
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