The Rapid eLearning Implementation Toolkit

The Rapid eLearning Implementation Toolkit
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Summary: In today's rapidly changing business environment, employee training and development are essential for organizations to stay competitive. However, traditional training methods can be time-consuming, costly, and ineffective. The solution to these challenges is rapid eLearning – which provides a scalable, creative, timely approach to employee training and development.

Everything You Need For Rapid eLearning Implementation

If you are struggling to make a business case for rapid eLearning and conceive your Leadership, you need a rapid eLearning implementation toolkit! A rapid eLearning implementation toolkit will equip L&D pros to make a winning business case for rapid eLearning implementation to C Suite and Stakeholders.

This kit contains guidelines for designing and developing eLearning, best practices, technical & infrastructure requirements, and more. The goal is to make the process of designing and developing eLearning smoother and ensure they're deployed successfully.

Let’s dive into the kit with the aid of a typical scenario.

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Problem Statement

ABC Inc. is facing challenges with its current training initiatives. Traditional training methods do not keep pace with their business requirements, are costly, and low on employee engagement. Additionally, the lack of scalability and flexibility makes it challenging to keep up with the ever-changing business environment.

Suggested Solution: The Rapid eLearning Way

The L&D team of ABC Inc. has decided to go ahead with rapid eLearning implementation to overcome these challenges. The team now needs the rapid eLearning implementation toolkit to make a winning business case. And this is what it includes.

Discovery Questions

Discovery questions are important because they help uncover important information and insights that might otherwise be missed or overlooked. So, here are a few questions you need to ask your stakeholders – before you get started with rapid eLearning. This will help you get their buy-in and identify the right solution.

1. Internal Mobility

  • How does your organization currently handle internal mobility?
  • What kind of training or support is provided to employees seeking to change roles?
  • Has your organization identified any gaps or challenges in the current approach?

2. Global Training

  • How does your organization handle training for employees in different geographic locations?
  • Are there any regional or cultural considerations that need to be considered?
  • Are there any language barriers that need to be addressed?

3. Hybrid Workforce

  • How has your organization adapted to a hybrid work model?
  • What technology or tools are used to support collaboration and communication?
  • Is your current training equipped to train remote employees?

4. Existing Investments

  • What technology investments has your organization made in the past?
  • Which tools, platforms, or formats have been successful, and which have not?
  • Are there any opportunities to build on previous training material to support new initiatives?

5. Existing Content

  • What existing training content does your organization have?
  • How current and relevant is the existing content?
  • What resources are available to update and repurpose existing content for new initiatives?

6. Learner Demographics

  • What is the composition of learners in your organization?
  • How do they prefer to consume content?
  • Are there any specific learning styles or preferences that need to be accommodated?

7. Formats

  • What learning formats have been used in the past?
  • Are there any new or emerging formats that should be considered?
  • How do the chosen formats align with the needs of the target audience and the overall business objectives?

Cost-Benefit Analysis

The next step in the rapid eLearning implementation toolkit is to show stakeholders the cost-benefit analysis. This is an important tool to understand the pros and cons associated with a particular project, investment, or decision. The implementation of rapid eLearning offers numerous benefits, including:

Increased Efficiency And Cost Savings

Rapid eLearning tools – authoring tools and AI-enabled tools – allow for the development of custom courses in a fraction of the time and cost compared to traditional methods.

Improved Employee Engagement

Interactive, immersive strategies result in higher levels of employee engagement and retention of information.


With the ability to quickly develop and roll out new courses, or update legacy courses, an organization can keep up with changing business requirements and training needs.


Rapid eLearning can help with ROI (Return on Investment) by reducing development and deployment costs and reusing existing assets. It ensures employees are trained on new skills, knowledge, and best practices, leading to better business outcomes.

Areas Of Application

The next focus area of the rapid eLearning implementation toolkit demonstrates the versatility of rapid eLearning – its suitability to various training topics. Here are some popular topics that rapid eLearning facilitates well.

  • Onboarding
  • Compliance training
  • Product training
  • Sales training
  • Software training
  • Sustainability training

Infrastructure And Team Requirements

Infrastructure and team requirements are important because they provide the foundation for successful project delivery and team performance. Taking stock of these issues will help you identify if you have these resources in-house, would want to invest in them, or would want to partner with a rapid eLearning outsourcing vendor.

Technical Infrastructure

To implement rapid eLearning, here’s what’s needed:

  • eLearning authoring tools (desktop or cloud-based) – such as Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, dominKnow
  • AI-enabled tools – such as Synthesia, Amazon Polly, Microsoft Translator
  • A Learning Management System (LMS) or a Learning Experience Platform (LXP)
  • Project Management Tools – such as Asana, Zoho
  • Stock sites


Rapid eLearning design and development requires resources skilled in several areas, including:

  • Instructional designers
  • Authoring tool experts
  • Multimedia developers
  • Translators & linguists for eLearning translations
  • Project managers

Evaluation Checklist For Successful Rapid eLearning Implementation

All these lead us to the evaluation checklist – to assess the quality, effectiveness, and impact of rapid eLearning. Your checklist should consider the following points:

  • Do you have the team to handle the rapid eLearning project?
  • Will you hire and maintain internal teams?
  • Will outsourcing rapid eLearning design and development be a cost-effective solution?
  • If you decide to do it in-house, is the learning curve of the authoring tool you select low, given the team's existing skills and experience?
  • Do you have subject matter experts (SMEs) to provide inputs and review eLearning courses?
  • Are there any potential delays or roadblocks related to SME availability or feedback?
  • What is the state of your existing content?
  • Are there existing materials that can be repurposed or updated?


The implementation of rapid eLearning offers organizations a flexible and scalable solution for employee training and development. Follow this implementation toolkit and get a nod from your C Suite!

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