TRAINING BUSINESS CONSULTING
Do you have an idea for a training business, or looking to turn existing training assets in a revenue stream? Need assistance with content design & development or conversion?
Training as a Business
With the maturation of the learning industry, ubiquitous access to the internet and regulated industries there are many enabling factors now contributing to why businesses are looking at creating revenue producing training sites.
Whether you are a small business offering an instructor-led /workshop class, are a large organization looking to leverage your existing investment in online and ILT training, or an industry association & dealer network there are many reasons why you should look to monetize or extend your training assets.
Knowledge Stream has worked with clients to:
Create Multinational & Multilingual Industry Leading Academies
Build Licensing & Revenue Sharing Training Business Sites
Identify and Implement Content Licensing Solutions
Inventory Content and Establish New Design & Development Strategies
Identify Go To Market (GTM) Strategies & Partner Network
Affect Government & Regulatory Training & Certification Bodies
Knowledge Stream has been instrumental in launching our mobile learning strategy. With the newness of building mobile and socially focused learning ecosystems, having someone with both technical and business expertise has been priceless. This type of consultation has not only accelerated our vision but demonstrated true impact to our business.
“One challenge we had was providing access to online courseware to customers who wanted to host our courses in their LMS. We couldn’t find any solutions that provided access to the courses, with usage controls, without having to give them the courseware itself. With the assistance of Knowledge Stream, we can now easily upload eLearning content, create custom deployments for each customer, and track and report on usage in real time. The solution – Course Container – also provides the ability to easily update course content to users with a single update which avoids version control issues and duplication of effort.”