What we do

We help bring learning design dreams to life!

We inspire and empower people and businesses to diversify and innovate by helping them to develop and launch their own education and training products.

We specialise in the design and development of learning experiences for virtual, hybrid, and physical formats.

We can help you to create online courses, hybrid events, team-building challenges, activity kits… all sorts!

Or, if you are an aspiring learning designer, check out our online Learning Design Foundation Certificate.


Innovate and diversify by developing your own learning products

Reimagine your customer base as a community of learners. Whatever the nature of your business and industry, you can help people achieve their goals through learning, creating a new revenue stream or marketing opportunity.

If your business is interested in creating customer-facing learning products, we have a range of packages to help you design, develop and realise your vision.


Love your job and make a difference by becoming a learning designer

If you aspire to become a learning designer, our Learning Design Foundation Certificate is an ideal pathway into the profession. 

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Learn to design and develop online and hybrid learning programmes for higher education, workplace training, or commercial projects. 

Check out our course information page to find out more.

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Pedagogy is generally defined as the art, science and craft of teaching. The first pedagogues were Greek slaves who were responsible for caring for and instructing their masters’ children. In fact, the Greek origin of the word means ‘to lead the child’.

So, pedagogy may also be considered to be about nurture and pastoral care, as well as teaching. Despite the reference to children, the term is used fairly comfortably in adult education contexts. However, andragogy, which translates as ‘to lead the man’, may be used to refer specifically to the teaching of adults.

A number of related and derivative terms may be used to define particular fields of pedagogical interest, including digital pedagogycritical pedagogy, and heutagogy.