Clients

Our professionals have planned and designed innovative distance learning programs for the following clients:

Ontario Municipal Management Institute

Our president, Lindy Williams, designed and delivered over one hundred training workshops for municipalities all across Ontario, from fly-in northern communities to large urban centres. Training topics included: Writing Skills, Time and Meeting Management, Client Service, Presentation Skills, Management and Supervision.

Through direct experience, we understand the environment municipal employees work in, how they prefer to learn, what keeps them motivated, and how to ensure they are successful.

Human Resource Development Canada

Canada Pension Plan Revisions
Created a design blueprint for self-directed learning guides to train 2,500 staff at regional offices across Canada

* Developed the guide for three different target audiences who needed (high urgency) training to administer changes in the Canada Pension Plan

 Industry Canada

Steps to Growth Capital
This online learning program is being developed for business owners who want to find and secure venture capital. The program includes nine core modules (or “Steps”), as well as four supplementary modules that cover related skills such as communication, negotiation, and proposal writing. Industry Canada’s objective with this project is to offer Canadian business people a highly interactive, enriched learning experience that meets the highest standards. TheLearningDomain.com worked with the team to define and shape the course content, to develop learning activities and exercises, and to prepare storyboards to guide the production team.

Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Competency-Based Training Framework
This framework provided the overall strategy and direction for job-specific and generic training of some 4,500 employees located at Missions around the world .

Canada Customs and Revenue Agency

Companion Tool for On-line Course Developers
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency has been actively designing and using web-based, on-line training to replace many of its classroom courses. CCRA designers are often not training experts, but rather SMEs in their own specialized fields. We prepared a simple, easy-to-use on-line Companion Tool to help these designers incorporate sound learning strategies and methodologies in their training designs. The training tool presents some 16 important principles of design, and then offers users more explanation of how to achieve these in their on-line designs. Finally, users can see several practical examples of how others integrate these design principles in training products.