About This Workshop
Need to design and deliver a training workshop? Planning to create an online learning module and don’t know where to start? Wondering how engage and interest your learners?
This hands-on workshop will teach you how to design, organize, and deliver highly effective training and learning content—using methods that take into account learner needs, goals, and evaluation practices. You will dive into a foundation of learning theories and provide practical techniques for designing instructor-led training, online learning, or mobile learning—on any subject for any audience.
In the workshop you’ll focus on your own instructional project—from goals and requirements, through to storyboarding and design. The principles and techniques covered apply to any type of instruction, from colleges and universities through professional training in corporations.
What Recent Graduates Had to Say:
Understand the basic Instructional Design theories
Project-Based Learning strategy and design
Effectively analyze learning needs
Define solid instructional objectives
Create a storyboard for your instructional project
Write effective and engaging content for your project
Build interactivity into instruction
Use graphics to support instruction
Effectively evaluate learning
Freelancing as an Instructional Designer
Portfolio Development (Show not tell)
Attendance and Technology Requirements
This course is available via our onsite locations or Virtual Classrooms, for Remote participation. (Learn and participate onsite or remotely with your learning team)
1 Day, with additional follow up
Approximate Time requirements per week:
15 Hours: (7 Hours in Session, 8 Hours follow up)
One 30 minute one on one mentorship session
Lifelong membership to our Instructional Design Network and Resources