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Custom e-Learning Development Since 1996
GC Learning Services LLC, now doing business as Learn2Engage, provides Custom elearning and Training Development Solutions ‘Virtually’ to businesses in industries such as Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Food and Beverage, and Hospitality.
Educate your employees, new hires, or even clients on a new policy/procedure, product/service, or new skill, with engaging, interactive, custom e-Learning modules with high retention rates.
We offer 100% Guaranteed Satisfaction on every eLearning project and affordable, flat cost pricing to fit your organization’s budget. New clients always receive 10% off their first project when they book with Learn2Engage. Learn more about our custom eLearning development and design solutions.
The benefits of working with my Learn2Engage is three-fold:
1.We customize our templates for each client, so they stand out from their competitors.
2.We handle the full life cycle of the project, from Needs Analysis and Design to Quality Assurance and Testing.
3.We create learning that engages the learner and changes their behaviors, therefore increasing employee productivity numbers.
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We would love to hear about your new project during your free consultation. During analysis you may discover a 100% eLearning initiative is NOT the solution. Perhaps it is a more blended approach that you need—a combination of eLearning, instructor led OR virtual training, and job aides. Whatever you need, Learn2Engage has you covered!
With over 26 years experience and a team of experts, Learn2Engage can get your project done FAST and Within Budget.
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Look what clients are saying about our services and staff!
Her work is flawless
“Cheryl is excellent! She has done elearning storyboarding projects for our firm for two major corporations. Her work is flawless. The only changes needed to what she did were because the client changed their mind. I recommend her highly.”
Quality and results always exemplary
“I’ve hired Cheryl’s company to assist us with several projects. The quality and results have always been exemplary. We’ve continued to partner with Cheryl and would recommend her services without hesitation.”
Kept the team focused
“Cheryl and her team met our content development expectations that were highly demanding. She kept the team focused and was the task-master for me and my SMEs to keep on the tight schedule. I am looking forward to more course development with her and her team.”
Experts at industry standards and training technology
“The executive leadership at GCLS are experts at industry standards, requirements and training technology trends; developing cutting edge artifacts and deliverables to clients are integral to “Mission Success”! GCLS took into consideration our capital budget when developing our strategic training plan.”
Delivered excellent and creative eLearning content
“Delivered excellent and creative eLearning content for a new client. An important part of the eLearning courses was interactions. Cheryl was asked to design and develop numerous eLearning interactions and to provide a wide variety of interaction types.”
Highly skilled and creative
“Cheryl is a highly skilled and creative instructional designer—strong in content, writing, and visuals. She’s also an experienced professional who gets the job done on time.”
Outstanding E-Learning Designer
“Cheryl is an outstanding E-Learning Designer with the ability to apply Instructional Design principles that simplify, clarify, and transform understanding of complex topics. Her collaborative and well-structured process maximizes the efficiency of the production of E-modules–assuring that projects get done on time…”
An intense breath of fresh air
“…during an assignment requiring 5 days to complete, Cheryl completed in its entirety in only 2 days. Cheryl’s production of work is like an intense breath of fresh air. Our company has received great results, and repeated requests for continued work based on her performance.”