Aurion to deliver Storyline Training Workshop with E-Learning Alliance in Edinburgh

Aurion to deliver Storyline Training Workshop with E-Learning Alliance in Edinburgh

06 May, 2014

Aurion Learning will deliver a two day training workshop on Articulate Storyline in partnership with the Scottish E-learning Alliance in Edinburgh next month.

Designed specifically for in-house trainers, subject matter experts and those who want to design and build their own E-Learning, the workshop will provide participants with everything they need to create engaging rapid E-Learning using Articulate Storyline.

Held on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 June, 2014, participants will be guided through:

  • key features of Storyline,
  • Storyline workflow,
  • development of a rapid E-Learning course including demonstrations, interactive simulations, video and narration and
  • learn how to easily integrate content with E-Learning applications and publish to SCORM for your LMS to deliver HTML5 and Flash files.

Looking ahead to the two day practical and interactive workshop, Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director at Aurion Learning said:


“We have been delivering these practical and hands-on workshops to a wide client base for over a decade with tremendous success. Because our educational teams work with Articulate daily we know the simplicity and power of Storyline inside out and those attending the workshop will be able to benefit from this expertise.”


To register and for more information about the Articulate Storyline training 2 day workshop visit Scottish E-learning Alliance Events.


Date: Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 June, 2014

Time: 9.30am – 4pm

Venue: Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association Ltd, 95 McDonald Rd, Edinburgh, EH7 4NS



About E-Learning Alliance:

Representing over a million learners, we are the only membership organisation in the UK promoting an integrated approach to E-Learning across all sectors.

Our aims are: 

  • To maximise our successful model of integrated working
  • To link with others to share and spread our expertise
  • To encourage the spread of open-access E-Learning for all



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