Become Digital Learning Manager
What is the Digital Learning Manager program about?
It is a six-month course with:
Master Classes with learning experts
Meetings with L&D directors, EdTech entrepreneurs and directors of training organizations
Demonstration of innovative learning solutions
Co-development and networking times
A TRULY personalized support on a learning project of your choosing
A certification obtained after passing before a jury
Analyze and define the clients’ needs: write your specifications
Analyze and understand your target
Design a blended learning program
Write impactful learning contents
Efficiently work with a business expert
Challenge your providers
Choose the right tools
Promote your learning offer and communicate effectively
Work on a practical case: from writing specifications to launching the project
Access to a DLM community during and after the training with Drinks & Learn, webinars, meetings etc.
Certification 350€ / per person (pre-tax value)
6 months to validate all the design steps of your digital learning project
Why take our course?
Designed by experts
Since 2016, Learn Assembly has trained hundreds of digital learning managers
Adapted to tomorrow’s challenges
This program will provide you with the key elements and tools of a useful, impactful and trendy profession, which is going through a deep transformation.
Our key numbers in 2022:
of Digital Learning Managers say project management is part of their job
of DLM follow a certification program
of DLM use marketing campaigns to promote their offer
They were trained by Learn Assembly
participated in the Tatami, an online course on Digital Learning, in 2020
participated in the Tatami in 2020:
participated in the Tatami in 2021
Our experts and mentors
Join our very first
You are working in a learning position, you are a freelancer or you want to start a career in learning and you wish to develop your skills in digital learning project management? This program is made for you. Join us for the first promotion starting in November 2022.
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