Each seller sets the price of each elearning course, including the volume discounts and site license pricing. Sellers can also update course pricing at any time.
Pricing is driven both by the level of interactivity and multimedia as well as the value of knowledge delivered. The resulting per minute price is then multiplied by the "seat time" of the course (longer does not always mean better).
As an example, suppose you developed a course on "hand washing." If the course was designed to train pre-schoolers how to wash their hands, it might fall on the lower end of the value scale. Training for food service workers might fall in the middle. Training for surgical scrubbing might fall towards the high end of the scale.
Similarly, a course that contains slides with static text and images would fall at the low end of the interactivity scale, audio, video, and animation in the middle, and simulations and gaming at the high end of the scale. Once you fill out the Prospective Seller Information Form, your dedicated content specialist will be able to help you by suggesting prices that would work best for your content.