Managed E-Learning

What is Flow?

Flow is a powerful solution which allows organisations to streamline all their in-class and online staff training using the extensive toolbox and functionality of our Learning Management System (LMS). Ideal for smaller and medium organisations Flow provides the ability to easily create and manage learning content, manage student enrolments, track performance, generate detailed reports, create and rate assessments, create quizzes and tests and much more.

How it works?

Flow can be implemented in two ways:

Hosted solution
We host the system on New Media Lab's servers and provide full maintenance and support. All the client has to do is login and start using Flow. This is a hustle free way of getting your organisation's E-Learning programmes up and running in no time. We provide full training on how to use the system and create simple content and assessments.

In-house solution
The system is installed on the client's servers. For organisations who want to be in full control and have the necessary infrastructure and staff in place this approach is usually preferred. Again we provide the support and training necessary for the system to be installed and configured.

In both cases depending on the requirements New Media Lab can create quality learning content including interactive modules and simulations, video, animation, tests, assessments and others. Alternatively clients can create the content themselves or can use other developers.

Benefits of Flow

   •  Saves cost on maintenance and staff
   •  No need for existing IT infrastructure
   •  Ideal solution for smaller organisations
   •  All learning content can be developed by New Media Lab
   •  Affordable solution compared to peers
   •  Full support, training and maintenance by New Media Lab


If you want to learn more about Flow please contact us and we'll be happy to answer all your questions.


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Key Features

Course enrollment function
   •  Allow / Disallow self enrollment
   •  Set enrollment deadlines
   •  Receive enrollment confirmation
   •  Support for enrollment in In-class and Training &       Practice courses
Easily create learning content
   •  Create modules, units and assessments
   •  Support for multi-tier tree course structures
   •  Support for interactives, animation and video
Detailed performance reports
   •  View user performance score and history
   •  From department to user level reports
   •  Advanced report search
   •  Export to Excel
Create learning plans
   •  Create learning plans from available courses
   •  Support for In-class and Training & Practice       courses
   •  Set deadlines for completion of learning plans
Create and manage student groups
   •  Assign learning plans to student groups
   •  Enroll student groups in individual courses
   •  Send messages and emails to student groups
Ideal for multi-tier organisatons
   •  Ideal for organisations with multiple locations
   •  Support for complex organisational structures
   •  Support for separate administration of locations,       departments and branches.
   •  Limit desired locations / departments visibility to       users
Cost of training reports
   •  View summary of training costs
   •  View training cost per course



Support 7 days a week
Our friendly staff provides full support to our clients 7 days a week over the phone or via email. Also if your location allows we can drop in and help if needed. Premium 24/7 support can be arranged at extra cost if required.

System maintenance and upgrades
We make sure the system is maintained and upgraded regularly by our staff which prevents any possible blackouts and loss of data.