This two-day Instructional Design training workshop is an introduction to writing eLearning courses for established education and training providers. It covers all the stages involved in creating motivational online learning materials, from analysing training needs to choosing the right tools to create a course. The workshop will step through practical examples in designing and building interactive online courses which capture learners’ attention.
The course can be tailored to your needs
A range of eLearning templates and resources
Up to 10 participants
High quality learning materials
Storyboard your eLearning during the course
Follow up support and consultancy available
From the beginning it was obvious, they demonstrated clearly that they were experts in instructional design and really understood what putting a good course together was all about.
This course is aimed at organisations, current trainers and Subject Matter Experts who want to write new eLearning courses or transform existing materials into interactive digital learning.
This course is delivered over two days and can be tailored to fit your exact requirements.
After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
The first day of the workshop will focus on applying key instructional methods to design courses for how people learn. Participants will learn how to develop their ideas using storyboards; how to create, structure and present content in an engaging way; and how to test learners’ knowledge with effective assessments. By the end of the first session, participants will have begun preparing the first draft of their storyboard. They will then have a chance to continue their storyboard independently before returning for the second session, which will be structured as a trouble-shooting workshop.
eLearning and Instructional Design
Building a Course
Participants will continue to work on their storyboards under guidance from the workshop facilitator. The session will be structured as a practical trouble-shooting workshop. Participants will be guided through some practical examples of instructional design, as well as being able to discuss any problems or queries they have encountered in their own work since the first session.