Long Term Goals

2009: Begin offering E-Learning specific courses in Captivate, Flash, Dreamweaver, HTML, and LMS integration using software such as Moodle. All revenue continues to come from classroom training and room rentals.

2010: Begin developing digital courseware alongside print and classroom courseware for Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 14. Launch Official Kinetic E-Learning portal using Moodle. Achieve goal of 10% revenue boost coming from E-Learning courses (offset by any drop in classroom enrollments).

2011: Expand E-Learning offerings to include AdobeĀ  and other software. This includes obtaining the correct licenses from the software manufacturers, and ensuring compliance with their standards. Achieve goal of 20% revenue coming from E-Learning courses.

2012: Expand marketing of Kinetic E-Learning programs to areas outside Oregon and Southwest Washington. Achieve goal of 40% revenue coming from E-Learning courses.

2013: Begin targeting select national accounts for E-Learning Instructional Design consulting services. Achieve goal of 60% revenue coming from E-Learning courses.

2014: Continue growing Kinetic’s E-Learning programs. Expand instructional staff and begin offering instructor-guided online courses. Achieve goal of 80% revenue coming from E-Learning courses and consulting services.

2015: Evaluate progress, and begin looking into the future of Kinetic’s E-Learning program. Look for additional opportunities to continue growing Kinetic’s Distributed Learning model.