eLearning Brothers have partnered with Lodestone, and Artisan e-Learning to provide the best combination of Training, Templates, and Books to elevate your Captivate courses! Don’t let this great eLearning opportunity pass you up! Pick your package below to get started:
Experience the finest delivery of Captivate 8 training with Lodestone. You can attend training in person or live online. With Lodestone you get step-by-step instructions, tips & tricks, and all your questions answered by the instructor. Prior to the class, you receive a series of electronic files that you can walk along with as we go through Captivate 8 one step at a time.
Here are the classes your can take with live or online training:
That’s right, and we aren’t joking, we have templates for the new Captivate 8 update! We have Responsive Captivate Templates for our Interactions, Scenario Templates, Page Layout Templates, and Cutout People Images.
Here’s what Captivate 8 templates can do for you:
The Template Library Subscription includes:
Shouldn’t there be a book as cool as the new Captivate 8 update? There is such a book, and you get it free with eLearning Templates or Training. The great thing about the new Captivate 8 book – it’s made by the leader in eLearning books, Artisan E-Learning. Their E-Learning Uncovered series is designed to give you the maximum amount of information in the minimum amount of time.
About the Author
Diane Elkins is the co-founder of Artisan E-Learning, a company specializing in the use of rapid eLearning tools, including Captivate, Storyline, and Lectora. She is co-author of the popular E-Learning Uncovered book series. She has built a reputation as a national e-Learning expert by being a frequent judge for the Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards and by presenting at conferences such as DevLearn, Learning Solutions, ASTD TechKnowledge and the Lectora User’s Conference. She was named as one of the Top Young Trainers in the country by Training magazine in 2008. She is a Past-President of the Northeast Florida chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ASTD) and now serves on the board for the Metro DC chapter of ASTD.