Course Development Compliance

Course Development Compliance

SCORM

SCORM, or Sharable Content Object Reference Model, is a set of standards used in eLearning development. This standard assures that all online learning content and Learning Management Systems (LMS) communicate with each other in the same way. SCORM is the de facto collection of standards used when developing e-learning deliverables, whether you are in the government, private corporations, or the education community.

AICC
Like SCORM, AICC is a set of standards used in the development of eLearning courses. AICC stands for the Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee, which is an international association of technology-based training professionals who develop training guidelines for the aviation industry. These guidelines, however, are used extensively outside of the aviation industry.

By complying with SCORM or AICC requirements, we ensure that courses are able to communicate with each other and an LMS, and that they share data about participant access, progress, and overall performance.