Over the years, we have developed over 5000 hours of learning content in 16 industry
domains. This is the largest library of India specific courses. These courses are SCORM
and AICC compliant. They can be easily integrated into any SCORM compliant LMS. These
courses are available in the following domains:
- Financial Services
- Bio-tech & Pharma
- Organised Retail
- Spoken English
- Power & Petroleum
- Company Secretaries (ICSI)
- Insurance and more…
These courses are developed in partnership with domain training institutions (e.g. Indian
School of Petroleum), industry associations, universities
and institutions (e.g. ICSI), companies focused on respective domains
(like Auralog, France, for foreign languages) and industry experts (Banking courses, BPO
Off-the-shelf courseware is available with the following licensing option:
GOLS has a very flexible, customer centric and affordable user license policy. Please enquire
about details with our representative.
Blended – OTS and Custom Content
GOLS can give you the desired modules from our OTS library, as per your choice, combined
with custom content as per your organizational need. Moreover if you need content upgradation
/ deletion, the same will be done based on our published tariffs for custom content basis only.
GOLS also provides option of selected content from our content library in your company name
ready-to-use hosted microsite. This enables you to kick start eLearning in a matter of days!
Important: The licenses are governed by GOLS | End-user license agreements. This is a
legal instrument governing the usage or redistribution of copyright protected courseware(s).
All courseware not in the public domain are copyright protected. A typical license grants an
end-user permission to use one or more copies of software in ways where such a use would
otherwise constitute infringement of the software publisher’s exclusive rights under copyright
law. In effect, the license acts as a promise from the software publisher not to sue the end-user
for engaging in activities that would normally be considered exclusive rights belonging
to the software publisher.