Design Strategies for Training
How do you determine the instructional strategy for a given context? Is it a simple linear process, or is it complex decision-making that involves trade off? What are the different strategies that you can apply at the macro level and micro level?
This course, Design Strategies for Training, addresses these questions through four case studies from the following domains – airlines, oil and gas, finance and insurance. The course is designed in an interactive way, where you respond to some questions and learn about best practices through feedback.
Who should take this course?
This course is meant for instructional designers and trainers with at least 6- 8 years of experience.
- You should possess in-depth knowledge of course design elements (both macro and micro; classroom-based and technology-driven), and popular instructional frameworks.
- You have worked on solution design (at least one project that involves analysis & design).
- If you don’t have this background, we recommend that you first take the course, ID @ Work for practitioners.
How is the course designed?
The course has a total of six sections/modules as stated below.
- Design Strategies Overview
- Case Study: Eagle Airlines
- Case Study: CoverAge Inc
- Case Study: FinInclusive
- Case Study: Earth Oil & Gas
- Download Certificate
|Course Name||Design Strategies for Training|
|Learning Seat Time – 3 hours; Course Access – 30 Days|
|Target Audience||Senior instructional designers who have in-depth knowledge of course design elements and have worked on solution design.|
To qualify for a proficiency certificate from Purnima Valiathan, you must complete all modules in this course, and submit an assignment.