Per Learning Module

Creating one learning module consists of:

  • introduction content
  • learning material (converted to online format, not simply PDF’s or docs)
  • an assignment / test
  • a discussion forum
  • A wrap up for the module
  • Plus one other special request

All this for $75 / module. Courses usually have 13 modules, so quantity discounts are available.

Additional Services

  • Information: Uncover how education can benefit your organization.
  • Temporary: Get the help you need to meet that eLearning deadline.
  • Transition: Take your in-class learning online without a simple content dump.
  • Conversion: Take your PowerPoint lessons online in learner-led courses.
  • Broaden Reach: Want to reach a wider audience all across BC or even the world.
  • Onboarding: Need onboarding courses to get everyone on the same page.
  • Updating: Need to update older CBT courses to be more engaging.
  • Clarification: Want to know more about eLearning and education.

If you’re new to eLearning then these services and pricing may be a bit confusing. If you’ve already incorporated some eLearning into your organization then they may still be a bit confusing. Let me put your learning requirements in terms you can budget for.

eLearning Service Pricing

We provide a sample of your course before launching into full course development. We create up to 10 slides to demonstrate the look and feel of your course and provide you with an outline for just C$500.


Online consultation: C$100


Onsite consultations: $150



Call us for a solid quote. 1.604.700.7039

Pricing structures explained

My latest course, a 120-slide level 2 (levels explained here later) from PowerPoint was approximately C$6,000. This included narration, video, assessments and LMS integration.

A budget of $75,000 (yes, seventy five thousand) was offered. However, the course was completed for $6,000.

Why the gap? A level 2 course was required by the client but a level 4 course budget of $75,000 was offered. The moral: know what your learners need and understand how much that will cost to achieve these objectives.

We were offered the budget, but not the time to create a level 4, which wasn’t even required by the client. What was required was an intermediate level 2, PowerPoint to slide conversion. We completed the course for $6,000 and satisfied the client’s learning requirements.

eLearning Levels Explained

There are 5 levels of complexity in eLearning design, which reflects pricing. What level do your learners require to achieve your objectives? You guessed it, it depends. It depends on learning outcomes, required skills, time and financial budget and resources. These are based of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning if you’re interested.

Example course: A 15-minute 35 slides course. Prices and times are estimates based on my experience. 

Level 1: PowerPoint conversion with minimal interactivity. $2,500 – 3 weeks

Objective: Remembering and understanding facts.

Level 2: Little interactivity. Adding case studies and scenarios. $4,000 – 4 weeks

Objective: Applying knowledge and understanding. It reinforces retention.

Level 3 some branching/4 lots of branching $5,000 / $6,500 – 6 / 8 weeks

Objective: Good for analyzing validity of concepts and evaluating alternatives in problem solving situations. Level 3 uses a lot of task based Learning.

Level 5: mostly interactive and collaborative, creating new ideas with given content $8,000 – 10 weeks

Objective:To create new knowledge and solutions. Working in groups, discussing and completing assignments to create new knowledge based on old concepts. Do you expect your learners to create new policies or procedures? If yes, then you may want to consider going to level 5.

Where go you want to be? Here are some examples from past courses:

Rice cooker training for the User: Level 3 Course

  1. Remember what each button does
  2. Understand what each function (button) does
  3. Apply each button to get desired results

Rice cooker onboarding and training for the technical Support Reps: Level 5 Course

  1. Remember what each button does
  2. Understand what each function (button) does
  3. Apply each button to get desired results
  4. Analyse if there’s a better or shorter way
  5. Evaluate what way is best for the user
  6. Create a new process/solution for a “better” way and document it

Confined Space Entry Awareness for workers: level 4

  1. Remember industry terminology and acronyms
  2. Understand what each definitions means
  3. Apply understanding to learners’ onsite facilities
  4. Analyze potential confined spaces
  5. (Evaluate why one space is a confined space and another is not – not necessary as long as they can analyze a space and know it is confined that’s the objective)

For Rescuers, an objective more than simple understanding and analysis is required. Professionals and first responders will need to apply evaluation and creation found in Level 5 courses.

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