The biggest challenge every L&D team faces is proving how corporate training contributes to the bottom line.

Learnability has been established as the most significant factor to impact the ROI of training. Learner experience has a direct bearing on the effectiveness of your training initiative and eventually your ROI. Evaluation and measurement of learnability will help you predict the eventual impact and identify ways to better the learning experience.

A 60 minute workshop on Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 10:00 AM PST, where we showed how you can use EI Design's unique framework to predict, measure and validate the learnability of your online courses.

The insights shared in the webinar will help you accomplish the following:

  • Provide a better and meaningful user experience
  • Predict the impact of your learning effectiveness and identify measures to increase it
  • Personalise the learning experience for your learners based on the outcomes of your learnability validation exercise
  • See an increase in your ROI on training

We will also showcase case studies on how our framework can create the required learnability for new and existing courses along with validating learnability with users in real time.


Chief Learning Strategist

Asha Pandey is the Chief Learning Strategist at EI Design. She heads the organisation's Solution Architecting and Innovation team and brings her rich 15 years' experience into play to help EI Design customers transform their learning and keep pace with the changing dynamics in the Learning industry. A regular writer for various global Learning forums, Asha is one of the most recognised thought leaders in the industry. She also shares her insights regularly on a range of topics on her blog at

Creative Director and Head of Innovation

Anirban Das is responsible for the innovative and creative solutions that are provided by EI Design. Other than leading the innovation mandate within the company, he is also an active member of Solution Architecting team. With his varied experience of 12 years in the corporate training domain, he believes in opening up avenues for collaboration between cross-functional teams to arrive upon personalised solutions that bridge the gap between user and business needs.