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Instructional Design Certificate

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Course Overview

As an instructional designer, you have the power to influence organizational results by designing learning experiences that give participants the knowledge and skills needed to perform their jobs well. To be an effective instructional designer, you need a structured, step-by-step design process that you can rely upon to create outcome-based training. In this Instructional Design Certificate course, you’ll gain access to all the approaches, design models, and tools you need to create effective learning events. The program consists of 10 modules that address all aspects of the instructional design process in detail: assessing organizational needs, designing the learning experience, developing materials, and evaluating effectiveness—giving you a complete playbook for how to create training programs. As you go through the course, you’ll have the opportunity to practice each step of the design process—getting guidance and feedback along the way. ATD’s Instructional Design Certificate is backed by years of research and learning science. As an organization dedicated to the talent development profession, our instructional design courses have empowered thousands of designers to successfully create outcomebased learning events.

Key Takeaways

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After this program, you will be able to:
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→ Apply learning theories and models, the ADDIE model, and the needs assessment process to training initiatives.
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→ Identify behavioral outcomes and create learning objectives.
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→ Apply the elements of the course design process to design, develop, and curate content for your learning experience.
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→ Identify design thinking and rapid prototyping techniques for course design activities.
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→ Apply a variety of course and process evaluation methods to course design activities.
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→ Determine your level of future readiness in instructional design and develop a plan for continued learning.

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Our members and customers are professionals who help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. They go by many titles: talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more. ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in organizations of all sizes and in all industry sectors. Interested in learning more about membership? You can also join a local chapter or find out about international membership.

Course Outline

TOPIC 1: LEARNING DESIGN BASICS
TOPIC 1: LEARNING DESIGN BASICS
→ The Role of Adult Learning Theories
→ Applying Learning Theories to Different Environments
→ Learning Models and Memory
→ Using the ATD Human Performance Improvement: (HPI) Model in Instructional Design
→ Instructional Design Models
→ Discover the Instructional Design Models
TOPIC 2: NEEDS ASSESSMENT
TOPIC 2: NEEDS ASSESSMENT
→ Definition and Value of a Needs Assessment
→ Three Levels of Needs Assessment
→ Six Steps of a Needs Assessment
→ Data Collection Techniques
→ Choosing Data Collection Methods
TOPIC 3: DEVELOPING LEARNING OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
TOPIC 3: DEVELOPING LEARNING OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
→ Defining Outcomes and Objectives
→ Behavioral Outcomes
→ Formulating an Outcome Statement
→ Learning Objectives
→ Writing Learning Objectives With Bloom’s Taxonomy
→ Techniques for Writing Learning Objectives
TOPIC 4: COURSE DESIGN PROCESS
TOPIC 4: COURSE DESIGN PROCESS
→ Instructional Modality Options
→ Basic Course Design
→ Course Map Plan and Modules
TOPIC 5: SELECTING DELIVERY METHODS AND MEDIA
TOPIC 5: SELECTING DELIVERY METHODS AND MEDIA
→ What Are Instructional Methods?
→ Instructional Method Options and Considerations
→ Delivering Instructional Methods
→ Selecting Delivery Media and Technology
TOPIC 6: DEVELOPING CONTENT FOR DIFFERENT LEARNING EXPERIENCES
TOPIC 6: DEVELOPING CONTENT FOR DIFFERENT LEARNING EXPERIENCES
→ The Two Major Categories of Learning
→ Levels of Learning Considerations
→ Techniques for Structuring Content
→ Before, During, and After the Live Event
→ Considerations for Structuring Content ROPES in Action
TOPIC 7: WORKING WITH SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
TOPIC 7: WORKING WITH SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS
→ Using SMEs in Instructional Design
→ Getting Started With an SME
TOPIC 8: DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING LEARNING MATERIALS
TOPIC 8: DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING LEARNING MATERIALS
→ Curation of Existing Content
→ Creation of New Content
→ Techniques for Developing Learner Centric Materials Designing Materials to Assess Learning
→ Designing Effective Assessments
→ Designing Materials to Assess Learning
TOPIC 9: DESIGN THINKING AND RAPID PROTOTYPING
TOPIC 9: DESIGN THINKING AND RAPID PROTOTYPING
→ How Design Thinking Can Improve Instructional Design
→ Empathy in Instructional Design
→ Applying Design Thinking
→ Before Design Thinking
→ After Design Thinking
→ Rapid Methodologies and Prototyping
→ Implementing and Evaluating
TOPIC 10: EVALUATION
TOPIC 10: EVALUATION
→ Evaluating Talent Development Solutions
→ Evaluation Methodologies
→ Creating Evaluation Instruments
→ Creating an Evaluation Plan
TOPIC 11 CAPSTONE
TOPIC 11 CAPSTONE
→ Introduction to the Capstone Project
→ Develop Needs Assessment Interview Questions
→ Create Learning Outcomes and Objectives
→ Complete a Course Outline Using ROPES
→ Create Content
→ Create an Assessment
→ Review Evaluation Data
Additional Tools and Resources:
Additional Tools and Resources:
→ Guidelines for Learning Asset Design
→ The Six Steps of Needs Assessment
→ Using Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy
→ Template for Design Documents
→ The ROPES in Action

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
→ Explore the breadth of the instructional design process from start to finish.
→ Address common challenges such as engagement, motivation, and retention through good design.
→ Gain access to a collection of more than 20 templates and tools you can use in your practice.
→ Earn an industry-recognized certificate, continuing education credits, and an ATD digital badge to share with your networks.

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