how it works

Step 1 Sign up and upload your training materials.

  • Appraisals (Tests)
  • Course Slides from PowerPoint or Keynote
  • Video Clips
  • Audio Commentary

Step 2 Check your App, download the Touch Training App from Apple App Store and Google Play and login with account details. Make any changes you require.

Step 3 Publish. We supply ACCESSCODES for you to manage access to your training courses. Decide how you want to distribute your App.

  • Instant – your courses are accessed from the Touch Training Mobile App
  • Branded – we publish your App for you with its own title and Icon

Touch Training LMS Apps for Apple iOS iphone and iPad are downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Touch Training LMS Apps for Android phones and tablets can be downloaded from a link or from the Goggle Play.

Two choices of Touch Training App INSTANT or BRANDED the choice is yours.

Whichever platform you choose you can update your content and distribute your updates at any time.


The quickest way to your Mobile App

Your course will be accessed via the Touch Training App which is available now to download from Apple App Store and Google Play. To initialise the App for your course, delegates enter the ACCESSCODE and your course materials are downloaded to the App ready for use.


With the BRANDED platform we will publish your app with its own title and icon on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Just like a standard App, delegates download your App from the Apple App Store, Google Play or from your website or link. Access to your training courses is restricted with ACCESSCODES you manage.

We aim to turnaround your App within 2 working days ready for submission. Android Apps will be available straight away on the Google Play but please allow 10 days for the Apple approval process.

Creating your App

Add your content with the Touch Training web interface. Download full instructions HERE.

Don't have the time to do this? We can prepare your App for you at competitive rates.

Appraisals (Tests) – are in Plain Text (*.txt) format. These can be saved from Word, WordPad, NotePad or other text editors. These files use keywords to denote the Question, Options, Answers and Modules. Break into modules with the Module keyword or randomise question order with the Random keyword.

Course slides – are exported from PowerPoint or KeyNote.

Audio files – .mp3 format and named so that the audio is synced to the correct slide of the course.

Video clips – resized for mobile and in .mp4 format.