Bluestream Solutions | Training Material

By: Bluestream  09-12-2011
Keywords: Content Management

Training material is the entry point to customer engagement, and the emphasis on creating great training material is an important component for organizations looking for that competitive edge.

Trainers can take advantage of the content already created for the technical documents.  By allowing trainers to easily capture and manipulate the common material (such as procedures), they can focus on creating the material unique to training, such as the learning objectives and exercises.

Sharing common content

With a CCMS, the trainers also save the time previously spent re-formatting technical content to their training format.  There is a one-time setup process, which is scripted using the publishing engine. Then, whenever technical content is chosen in its “vanilla” format, the trainer chooses the Training output format, and the content is automatically formatted to the appropriate format.

Bluestream has been active in the E-Learning community since 2002. Initially Bluestream was involved with the SCORM reference model from This work culminated in a SCORM-enabled content management system.

Keywords: Content Management

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