|Instructional design is what transforms
information on the Web into a true e-learning experience. Until now, training in
instructional design was only available via graduate-level academic courses, or in
a limited way through 400-page textbooks.
ENS eLearning, drawing on its experience, now brings you two new courses purpose-built
to give you a comprehensive overview of the standard instructional design process, new
design strategies for e-learning and practical guidelines for creating effective e-learning.
Who would benefit?
Trainers and HR personnel without formal training in instructional design, who desire a
comprehensive overview of the standard instructional design process.
Managers and senior executives will learn how new design strategies for e-learning
respond to contemporary business drivers of change. Instructional designers will benefit
from these business insights, as well as the many practical guidelines for creating
Ask for a demo to experience the level of
knowledge and understanding your organization will obtain from these on-line courses.
Fundamentals of Instructional Design reviews the three
major phases of instructional design. Whether you're designing for instructor-led
classroom training, printed materials, or e-learning, you will discover why and how
to apply these tried and tested principles. Learn the industry-standard vocabulary
of instructional design.
Instructional Design for e-Learning builds on and updates the Fundamentals of Instructional
Design course. It begins by highlighting the contemporary business environment,
resulting business requirements, and how we can adapt instructional design for
the learning organization.
Then we introduce you to key design strategies for e-learning, including: rapid
prototyping, learning-centred design, writing for e-learning, instructional
visualization, techniques for automated assessment, and how to integrate e-learning
into the learning organization.
Our instructors are available for in-house classroom-based delivery in support of
customized blended solutions.