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Certificate in Instructional Design

Instructional Design is all about taking a systematic and structured approach to learning and development; it involves management of all stages of the development process not simply delivery of prescribed content and material.

Certificate in Instructional Design

Instructional Design is all about taking a systematic and structured approach to learning and development; it involves management of all stages of the development process not simply delivery of prescribed content and material.

This self-directed course will allow those studying it to make the transition from teacher or trainer to Instructional Designer able to analyse needs, set bespoke objectives and outcomes, develop material and tasks, implement engaging and motivational training and, finally, to measure outcomes of development.

Learning Hours

20 hours.

Course Objective

To advance understanding of and grow competences in Instructional Design (ID).

Course Outcomes

The course will have a range of beneficial outcomes:
• Understanding and being able to apply the key principles and stages of Instructional Design
• Being better able to apply a range of methodologies to analyse learner needs
• Being able to set developmental goals, objectives and outcomes linked to needs
• Knowing how to manage and implement a range of training tasks
• Being able to measure and evaluate the outcomes of learning and development

Who Should Study the Certificate in Instructional Design?

Our Certificate in Instructional Design is suitable for anyone who is interested in or needs to manage all stages of the learning and development cycle in order to create and deliver impactful tailor-made training. This might include teachers, trainers on intensive courses, T&D professionals, HR professionals and anyone who has responsibility for development of others such as a manager who is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) but who needs to deliver development in a way that is inspiring and interactive and is not “lecturing” a group

Course Content

The course has the following content:
• The value of development, forms of development and barriers faced by
• Defining “Instructional Design”
• Models for Instructional Design (including ADDIE and others)
• Needs analysis meaning, purpose and methods
• Setting and differentiating between goals, objectives and outcomes
• Developing materials
• Task types and delivery
• Structuring training delivery
• Providing feedback
• Virtual training delivery
• Evaluating outcomes of development and using evaluation models

Assessment

The course is assessed by a five-section assignment in which participants demonstrate their ability to apply and manage all stages of the learning process. This is submitted to your course tutor for assessment.

Fees

£69 (GBP) / €79 (EUR) including course materials, assessment and certification.
The fee is excluding VAT (20%)

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