EPRO's team will partner with you to create blended, flipped, and fully instructor-led courses in line with the best practices for training. It might be helpful to think of the course development process as consisting of five, often overlapping, stages: initiation, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.

The Introduction Stage

In this stage, you formulate a full course plan and prepare proposals to support the project. Consider questions such as: What would I like the students to learn, and how will I assess their progress and whether they have achieved these learning goals? 

The Draft Stage

This phase starts with a kickoff meeting with an EPRO team member. We discuss all aspects of your course design, including learning goals and course ventures. Using the course design template, we agree on a course design plan and a project schedule.

The Development Stage

EPRO works closely with subject matter experts and members of the target audience to identify requirements, as well as the knowledge and skills needed to meet those requirements.

The Implementation Stage

During this stage, we build the course.

The Evaluation Stage

Evaluation is a continuous part of the course development and delivery process. As the course comes to an end, a survey will give you additional information about what worked and what kind of adjustments we can make for future versions of the course.