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When should you outsource your training or eLearning development?

eLearningMind

Outsourcing training is yet another service strategy that uses external suppliers to deliver a broad range of training-related services. How does outsourcing training work? How organizations outsource their training needs depends on the sourcing strategy they pursue. Outsourcing eLearning development—what you should know.

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Making The Jump Into eLearning

ICS Learning

If you develop it yourself, there are many issues to consider regarding the necessary skill sets, tools & technology, and outsourcing and teaming with experienced vendors. This will probably cost less than hiring an outside vendor and may give you more control over the project. Outsourcing the Development.

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Developing Channel Partner Training Programs on a Tight Budget: Tips and Strategies

Wahoo Learning

First things first, work with your shortlist of LMS vendors to develop an RFP (request for proposal) document. An alternative to a phased approach is launching the program with a cost that is passed on to your channel partners. That should ensure all bases are covered with your requirements. How will you manage additional teams?

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Developing Channel Partner Training Programs on a Tight Budget: Tips and Strategies

Wahoo Learning

First things first, work with your shortlist of LMS vendors to develop an RFP (request for proposal) document. An alternative to a phased approach is launching the program with a cost that is passed on to your channel partners. That should ensure all bases are covered with your requirements. How will you manage additional teams?

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Build your LMS implementation Plan following this checklist

Paradiso

Based on how you picture/plan on using the LMS to your company or employees, you could create a Request for Proposal (RFP) or a statement of work (SOW) that details the requirements pertaining to your use case and keeping in mind your employees. The clearer the use case, the clear the delivery is going to be.

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