I would recommend Kineo. Mark Harrison is a good contact. I have participated in blended learning training he and a few other very talented members of their team delivered in the past and I recently commissioned them to deliver elearning design training to some of our L&D officers with outstanding feedback.
Happy to put you in touch if you'd like.
I work for a company called Tintisha Technologies. We develop e-learning resources included blended e-learning, and would be happy to discuss your requirements. We work closely with LSIS on many of their most successful courses, and won a BETT award back in 2009 for one of those courses.
You can contact me at rich[at]tintisha[dot]net
All the best
Although I am presently developing custom blended learning instructional design workshops for my own organisation, here is an option.
Also, if a Change Management approach is needed for L&D executives to understand learning and blended learning, and without focussing on any technologies, I can suggest the four day Level 4 accredited BTEC in eLearning, NetSkills, Newcastle University - delivered in house or locally. Perhaps ignore the title - I would take out the term 'eLearning' and replace it with 'Learning Today'. (An L&D executive at the end of the course I completed exclaimed 'Certainly an eye-opener!' Best regards. Steven Goodwin
Hi Amanda, we at imaginary develop serious games in particular designed for soft skills training or behavioural training/change
have you considered using this approach?
happy to discuss: firstname.lastname@example.org
kind regards Lucia