E-learning is a really effective mode of learning – as a standalone, or in support of other delivery mechanisms such as face to face and even support materials such as good old fashioned books. TSC has delivered over 2,000 hours of training on line a variety of corporates - mostly connected with professional development or accreditation.
Whether e-learning appeals due to its cost efficiency, or ticks the box because of its green credentials, we are here based upon huge experience to help you plan and execute your e-learning plans and reach your target audience on the most suitable device for learning.
Our e-learning division is committed to developing high quality, cost-effective and accessible CPD accredited courses for law practitioners in Africa. We work closely with two main African charities in order to deliver courses covering a wide range of topics and practice and practice areas including Dispute Resolution, Personal Skills or Building and Managing a Law Firm. Our mission is to provide...read more
Our brief was all encompassing: Build a studio in the HQ building Carry out all broadcasts and recordings in the studio Stream and monitor all broadcasts delivered by internet to corporates throughout the UK The studio has been a massive success for LexisNexis who as a result of driving down their costs by bringing their webinars in house, along with the improved...read more
TSC streamed a very successful Web directed at post graduates interested in joining this prestigious law firm. Representatives of Slaughter and May gave an insightful briefing to help those seeking to embark on a legal career and to join law firms as trainee lawyers. Using a virtual backdrop mimicking Slaughter’s own offices, the live broadcast was based in a studio managed by TSC p...read more
AMEE invites its members to an annual convention in differing locations. Having never broadcast the convention live before, TSC were asked to steer the digital broadcast to worldwide members who could not attend the live convention. TSC first worked with AMEE's web team to ensure correct embedding of TSC's media player. We then took our mobile encoding unit along to the convention ...read more