Quoting and Project Management Template
An effective project management tool for a successful eLearning project.
“This will help when outlining project goals at my gig. Genius! Thank you!”Melissa
“It's helpful to think about how detailed you have to be about time (especially things you don't always think about like emails, feedback rounds, etc).”Brandy
This project plan template encourages you to record project milestones, quoted hours, task start and due dates, task owners and lists the tried and true steps followed by an award-winning eLearning studio to deliver a successful eLearning project.
This template is a tried and true project plan that we have generated over time for our eLearning studio, Belvista Studios. From completing multiple eLearning projects over multiple years for a diverse range of clients, our team has obtained a deep understanding of what is required for a successful eLearning project plan.
We are inspired to share our process to enable you to successfully manage your projects and in turn empower you to understand and plan for the project ahead.
Freelancers, consultants, in-house teams, project managers or agencies that manage eLearning projects who:
Require support with a step-by-step process to follow.
Find themselves overwhelmed by the project management aspect of eLearning design and delivery.
Quoting and Project Management Template A$89
Kim is the founder of Belvista Studios, an award-winning instructional design and eLearning studio. Kim has significant experience in the industry, being involved in not only the hands-on aspects of the instructional designer role but also the business building and marketing aspect of the industry. Her passion for instructional design and eLearning development, along with her relentless efforts to perfect a process for developing effective eLearning for her clients has led her and her team to generate resources that they are inspired to share with others in the industry
(and are very proud of!).
This part we can’t help with as we would need to know the scope of the project. Basing it on previous projects you have worked on is a good place to start.
Basil S. Walsh