Courses for the 21st century learner

Appetite for information in short bursts has grown as attention span has declined. Conventional e-learning has not adapted to this reality.
Energy Future places narrative at the core of its courses and distills information into bite-sized chunks tailored to the needs of modern learners.
Courses are supported by high-quality images and animations

Collaborative script creation

Courses based on knowledge of subject-matter experts, but crafted by professional storytellers – journalists

Content created in response to the needs of industry and requests from SME partners


Access SCORM-compliant courses and videos through any LMS

Download videos to mobile devices via the EF app


The granular structure of the courses and their availability on multiple technology platforms enable learners to engage at their convenience

Cost effective

A fraction of the cost of classroom training and much better value than conventional
e-learning products

Why Energy Future learning is memorable

  • Narrative-based interactive learning experiences
  • Journalists and instructional designers with extensive industry knowledge
  • Close collaboration with industry SMEs
  • Bespoke 3D and 2D images and animations
  • Professional audio: voice over, music and sound effects

Bite-sized is better

Complex content broken into smaller chunks

Learners control the pace of the learning and process information more effectively

Interactive, engaging learning experience with better retention

What makes conventional e-learning forgettable

  • Authored by a single SME
  • Blocks of information, not granules
  • Single-channel overload: lack of variety in information presentation
  • Binary conversion of classroom notes into Powerpoint-style template
  • Weak graphics: static stock photographs
  • Inconsistency in content and design
  • Learner needs not at core of creative concept

Variety, variety, variety

Information spread across multiple delivery channels – voice over, on-screen text, animations, diagrams and other visual aids