Learning Design

How do you meet the learner’s need in an online setting?

The truth is that we target training poorly, deliver it painfully, and measure it incorrectly. We are stuck in an industrial era preconception that learners need to be funneled through the same learning experiences in order to standardize results. Modern working culture no longer relies on mass production of the industrial way. It has found a better way with customization, and learning must achieve that too.

My focus with all clients is ensuring learning is happening with clear results. I‘ll help you design learning that will truly stick using these three elements below that allow learning to be both personalised and scalable at the same time.



Experiences from Others!

Your skill in this domain is palpable and I will be making some adjustments that will improve the course mightily!
~Dr. Jeanne Bailey

I appreciated the conversation we had and the ideas you shared about online learning. I have used your suggestions to improve virtual learning settings in a number of ways since we talked.
~Diana Larsen

Thanks for the consult this week and helpful tips to avoid the common traps in moving onsite training to online.
~Susan Almon

My expertise areas include:

  • Designing Content
  • Designing Videos & Video Series
  • Structuring Learning Experiences
  • Designing Training Programs
  • Creating Learning Programs that Scale


Create a learning framework for your online course:
Walk through the coached steps of designing your online course with a repeatable framework.
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Create a video series for your online course:
Walk through the coached steps of designing your video series with a repeatable framework.
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About Marian

My passion is centered around ensuring effective learning experiences that improve people's lives. Developing a learning mindset is my ultimate goal whether working with academic programs or corporate training; formal or informal learning practices. It is my belief that our potential for agility is limited only by our capacity for learning.