Project Management for Developing Traditional and Mobile E-learning


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  • Duration 2 DAYS
  • Regular fee 895
  • Preferential fee 760?
  • Locations
    • Quebec City
    • Montreal

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU


To provide the knowledge and skills required to distinguish the various stages of managing an e-learning project for traditional and mobile platforms, to recognize the common and distinct features of large and small projects as well as those pertaining to the content required for mobile and traditional applications, and to compare the possible development approaches and methodologies.

Targeted audience

Project coordinators (PM1), project managers (PM2), advisors, department heads and directors.



Customer Testimonials

Integration of general concepts in scenarios that can easily be transposed to our environment.

Sophie B. / Chef de la formation, Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec


  • Developing a project for traditional or mobile e-learning
  • The factors of critical mass, feasibility and goal validation
  • The importance of a methodological framework and the steps to implement
  • Scoping the project and defining phases
  • When and how to accelerate the systematic analysis of requirements
  • Mixing various approaches
  • Portal technologies: LMS, LCMS, collaborative platforms, tools, authors, etc.
  • Training objectives and evaluation
  • Development stages, prototype testing and media support
  • The use of standards: SCORM, AICC and Tin Can API
  • Planning and coordinating the delivery of training
  • Evaluating projects, and their ongoing evolution
  • Developing in-house capabilities vs. external suppliers


*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Quebec City

    June 6 to June 7 2018

  • Quebec City

    October 22 to October 23 2018

  • Montreal

    December 13 to December 14 2018

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