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End-to-End Training Solutions

Instrux Media provides custom, end-to-end e-learning and blended learning solutions that are second to none.  Working with you, we will develop a training solution that is expertly tailored to address your business goals. Leveraging 18 years of experience and unparalleled expertise in needs analysis, courseware development, instructional design, audio/video production, illustration/animation, and advanced programming techniques, Instrux Media has created e-learning success stories for an impressive and growing roster of clients. Whether you are seeking to train employees on new proprietary software or on job-specific processes and procedures, Instrux Media's experienced project teams work with you to develop cost-effective solutions that deliver sustainable results.

Latest Projects

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In Vitro Medical Devices

Client: Health Canada
Target Audience: Scientific Reviewers
Topic: Through explanations, suggestions, examples and exercises, this course is designed to assist scientific reviewers with the preparation of an in vitro diagnostic medical device licence (MDL) application evaluation report under the Medical Devices Regulations. Each module will cover what you should look for when you are reviewing a specific topic within an application and tell you what should be included in your report. You’ll have the opportunity to read an application example, practice writing a review, and compare your review to an example.

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Using GCDOCS

Client: Health Canada
Target Audience: The Using GCDOCS e-learning course will be mandatory training for all Health Canada employees.
Topic: GCDOCS is the Government of Canada’s official Enterprise Content Management Solution. It is a bilingual, feature rich, enterprise repository suite that assists departments in meeting their information management (IM) obligations for Information Lifecycle Management; allowing departments to collect, store, share, organize, manage and search content within a GCDOCS enterprise repository. Beginning March 5th, 2012 Health Canada will launch GCDOCS and implement its use across the organization. Before employees can access the system, they must complete this e-learning course. The content of the course familiarizes the learner with basic concepts and the functionality of the system to the extent that they can work comfortably and effectively within GCDOCS.