Since January, 2014
In recent times, there has been a strong business expectation from the learning function to offer systematic, replicable and scalable training products and services. Products and services that are relevant to business needs, engaging to adult learners and measurable in their impact. The Foundations of ID course is aimed at professionals in the learning function looking to develop foundational knowledge and skills in Instructional Design.
Well identified learning needs provide a strong foundation on which you may build a curriculum that can deliver performance based results. Be it at an organizational level or for a course, identifying needs is best carried out using a simple framework and a lean process. The course Systematic Training Needs Identification & Analysis shows you how.
Course Development comprises a variety of macro-tasks – for example, understanding audience – to a whole lot of micro-tasks – like editing your own writing. Having a structured approach to development of classroom and eLearning content ensures that basic principles are followed and there is room for new ideas as well.
Rapid eLearning Development is a concept that allows for reducing the duration and complexity of the eLearning Development Lifecycle without compromising the integrity of the end product. Using Articulate Storyline, L&D can empower subject-matter experts to take up eLearning design and development for creating training courses on the fly.