BRS MEDIA has acquired pedagogical excellence in several industries. As a result, we are able to offer custom solutions seamlessly for each industries, based on the specific requirement of the customer. Here is a look at industries that we have worked extensively in.


In the education segment, BRS MEDIA has worked actively with private training universities such as Jetking to national level universities such as IGNOU. We are adept at analyzing existing curriculum, identifying the knowledge or skill gap, and then suggested a new curriculum that can be seamlessly embedded into the existing one.


BRS MEDIA offers a wide range of learning solutions to address the training requirements of a number of companies in the corporate sector. We work closely with our clients to enable them to train their workforce. Depending on the nature of the subject matter and the requirements of the audience, BRS MEDIA follows a variety of instructional approaches and strategies. The focus of our efforts is to deliver effective yet engaging learning experiences. Our experience of working with several companies in the corporate sector has equipped us with an enhanced understanding of the learning and development needs of this sector.

Service Provider

A service provider is a company that provides organizations with consulting, legal, real estate, education, communications, storage, processing, and many other services. Although the term service provider can refer to organizational sub-units, it is more generally used to refer to third party or outsourced suppliers.


With a skilled production workforce in short supply, manufacturing Industries and others are stepping up and collaborating with training partners to develop curriculums that meet their needs. "Manufacturers are having the hardest time filling skilled production jobs that fuel their ability to innovate and grow," the report notes.

Life & Health

In the life & health, BRS MEDIA has worked across a range of training solutions from instructor-led application training for online hospital administration to game-based training for pharmacy operations. As a standard practice, we work closely with subject matter experts to quickly grasp the industry. Once we have got the concepts right, we can seamlessly tailor our pedagogy accordingly to deliver an optimal learning solution.


IT training has always been a very significant segment of the elearning domain. IT training has three offshoots—Software, Hardware, and Networking. BRS MEDIA has created learning solutions for finance sectors. From simulation-based self-paced learning for application software training for desktop consumer applications, to video-based and simulation-based training for printers, servers, and other hardware, to training and question bank creation, we have explored the territory exhaustively.


BRS MEDIA has created over 150 hours of self-paced learning content for the electronics industry, especially in the domain of lighting products. In a short span of time, we have been able to create a high volume of instructional material that is compliant with diverse platforms, by using rapid authoring tools, well designed instructional templates, and a collaborative content creation approach. While using a templatized approach, we consciously strive for learner engagement through value creation interventions, such as game-based learning activities.


Over the last few years, we have designed and developed a variety of solutions for a number of companies in the comunication Sector. Our rich background and experience in learning and development has equipped us to play our own humble part in this comunication revolution. Over the last few years, we have had the opportunity to assist a number of comunication companies in up skilling their workforce.


BRS MEDIA specializes in the digitization of study learning material, creating value-added exercises and activities to retain attention in a self-paced environment. In the scheme of things, we also leverage our data abstraction and analysis capabilities to suggest modifications to the existing content, to ensure that the final output has a sustainable learning value proposition.