We help organizations leverage
modern Instructional Technology
to efficiently and effectively
from those who have it, to those who need it.
What We Do
Our intuitive LearnPoint™ Learning Management System (LMS) empowers our clients to capitalize on the inherent advantages of elearning while also reducing their administrative burdens by automating many of the functions associated with organizing, delivering, documenting, and reporting on their training initiatives.Learn More
Our name and instructional philosophy are based on the concept of lean forward technologies. These are instructional technologies that engage and interact with the learner, thereby causing them to lean forward towards the screen. We also believe that elearning solutions should be affordable, make organizations more efficient, be aligned with their overall business objectives and be easy to implement and maintain.Learn More
The LeanForward team includes individuals with specialized knowledge and experience in all aspects of elearning including; Computer-based Instructional Design, Adult Learning Theory, Instructional Technology, Project Management and Quality Assurance. We also take the time to truly understand your business requirements and training objectives so we can allocate the right resources to your project.Learn More
That’s right. Our custom training development clients have been so pleased with our customer service, the quality of our work and the results they have recognized from the training we developed that they consistently award us additional business. Now that’s client satisfaction! Contact us and let us show you why our clients have been so pleased with our work.Learn More
“The VaTraffic elearning has been so successful that I have not had to put on a single instructor-led program since it was launched.”
Rose L, VDOT
“Client feedback on FMSI University has been overwhelming positive so we knew we should expand our online training offerings to include our new CMS and LTS applications.”
Peggy G, FMSI
"This is outstanding! This is the best CBT I have seen in my 16 years with GBC."
Pete N. - GBC
"People in other lines of business at the FAA are so impressed with your team’s work, they would like a similar version of the training made for air traffic controllers and technical operations."
Katrina A. - FAA
"We have used LearnPoint for over 5 years. It has been an excellent tool for delivering and tracking product training across our company and dealer network."
Pat C. - Dacor
"Learners are clamoring for more of the elearning programs developed by LeanForward."
Natalie M. - CCWA
"The VaTraffic elearning has been so successful that I have not had to put on a single instructor-led program since it was launched."
Rose L - VDOT
"I wanted to let you know how pleased I am with the outcome of the two TIP lessons. I was very impressed with your Instructional Designer’s ability to digest the information and create an engaging online learning environment. More importantly though, when we got to tough spots, she was thorough, understanding and exceptionally responsive. I hope to work with your team again in the future."
Carla Villarreal - (TIP) Transitions in Progress, LLC
“Learners are clamoring for more of the elearning programs developed by LeanForward.”
Natalie M, CCWA
“People in other lines of business at the FAA are so impressed with your team's work, they would like a similar version of the training made for air traffic controllers and technical operations.”
Katrina A, FAA
Interactive eLearning Gallery
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Common Elearning Development Tools
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Mobile Elearning (mLearning) Development and Trends
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