Ensure that your training program integrates the latest trends in technology to keep learners engaged, increase efficiency and improve predictive analytics.

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) is a technology that immerses the learner in an alternate environment. When it comes to leveraging VR in learning, these alternate environments provide a way to learn, apply and reinforce skill and knowledge using experiential interactivity. Virtual reality delivers an immersive learning event and increases knowledge transfer using “real-world” experience without the risk. Through demonstration-then-simulation, VR provides a rich learning environment for any hands-on skill or ability—from customer care to medical procedures to technical assembly and more.

CoreAxis provides you with custom-tailored virtual reality training and ensures the virtual reality training fulfills the needs of your staff and management teams.

Next-Generation Training Solutions

When it comes to eLearning, a traditional LMS is outdated as a content creation tool. The modern learner needs an engaging, experiential knowledge transfer solution. A solution that:

  • Provides a modern, intuitive User Interface (UI)
  • Delivers sophisticated interactions to leverage 70:20:10
  • Enables advanced formative assessments to gauge, and course correct, knowledge transfer activities
  • Ensures personalized experiences relevant to the needs of the learner
  • Includes simulations or advanced gamification
  • Offers mobile accessibility (any device, any time)

A next-generation learning solution is not about using advanced technology simply for the sake of it; it’s about ensuring that the learning is available at the moment of need and provides the level of engagement and knowledge transfer the modern learner expects.

Mobile Learning

Mobile learning is learning that leverages tools like tablets, smartphones or other mobile devices. The statistics of mobile usage in learning are significant. According to, smartphone learners complete course material 45% faster than those using a computer. LearnDash reports that 70% of learners are more motivated when training on a mobile device versus a computer. These statistics are only the beginning. By 2020, Gartner predicts that 45% of all businesses will have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. The moment-of-need knowledge transfer delivered through tablets and smartphones is a trend that is not going away. Ensuring that all of your learning is accessible on mobile platforms is a strategy every company should adopt.

Advanced Formative Assessment

Every learning professional knows the value of assessing the learner. Assessments measure the value of learning from an investment perspective, as well as from a skills and knowledge transfer basis. Summative assessments tell us how well the learner mastered a particular task or idea. But it’s the formative assessment that can give us more leverage when creating an effective learning strategy. We determine areas of strength, as well as the areas where a learner needs more improvement, using the formative assessment conducted during the learning process. Whether done through goal checks, self-assessments, presentations, or another manner, a formative assessment provides immediate feedback and lets the instructor and the learner ‘course correct’ in real time. This allows the learner to get the maximum benefit from each learning intervention.

Big data

Data analytics has been a hot topic in the learning world for the past several years. The term "Big Data" is used to describe large amounts of data that is analyzed to provide insight into trends. Applied to learning, Big Data allows us to assess the ROI of the learning program, evaluate learner behaviors and improve the
learning experience.
Big Data

When we gather data on learning activity, time spent, consumption of content and assessment scores, patterns begin to emerge. By analyzing these patterns, we can adjust course content, learner interactions, post-course performance support and more. Data allows us to understand the learner’s performance and ensure that the learning we provide is relevant, engaging and impactful.

Video-Based Training

Virtually everyone uses YouTube. In fact, it has become the second most popular search engine, just behind Google. Scroll through your favorite social media site and you’ll see streaming or recorded video at a nearly 5:1 ratio. With this sort of user adoption, it makes sense to leverage videos in your learning programs. As technology advances and intuitive creation tools hit the market, it is getting easier to create video-based learning. Whether you use them as a performance support tool, to relay static information or as an effective virtual training tool, videos are cost-effective, engaging and compelling to every segment of your learner population.

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We are here to help your company succeed with the latest in technology: video-based services. Speak with one of our video-based training specialists today to learn how to leverage videos properly in your training programs.

Enhancement Of "Flat" Content Materials

Existing text-only learning collateral still has a place in the modern world of L&D, but what we know about learning science and cognitive development supports the quest to enhance or convert these ‘flat’ materials into interactive content. Interactive learning helps to augment cognitive processes like:

  • Observing
  • Classifying
  • Categorizing
  • Paying Attention
  • Perceiving
  • Interacting
  • Reasoning

When we present learning materials in an interactive way, our learners can absorb, apply and retain the content more effectively. Converting your existing PowerPoint or PDF materials into interactive learning can help you engage your modern learner and increase knowledge retention.


Gamification is everywhere. We play games on our phones, our tablets and our computers. Gamification is a relatively young learning modality and continues to grow in popularity and importance. As a tool to increase learner engagement, gamification can be as simple as using a leaderboard for course-level assessments or as complex as leveraging 3D virtual environments with social collaboration.

As a learning strategy, gamification has proven to significantly improve the learning experience. It provides motivation to take action, which promotes cognition, it helps develop behavioral change through repetition and information retrieval and it gives learners a sense of achievement.

The sky’s the limit when it comes to the type of gamification you can employ and, when done well, it taps into the learner’s tendency to set a goal and pursue that goal. Gamification is engaging, impactful and the best way to get the attention of your learners.

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