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This short presentation identifies what Instructional Design is and the tremendous value it can bring to your organization.

This short presentation identifies what Instructional Design is and the tremendous value it can bring to your organization.

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  • 1. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN RESOURCES: VITAL TO TALENT MANAGEMENT SUCCESS Presentation by Amy Swiger June 13, 2010
  • 2. What is Instructional Design (ID)?  Focuses on what needs to be learned  Designs materials to support content  Enables whole, reliable decisions to be made regarding all aspects of curriculum A comprehensive, methodical process which supports the transfer of knowledge
  • 3. The ADDIE Process Stage 1: Analysis Stage 2: Design Analysis Stage 3: Develop Stage 4: Implement Stage 5 & Continuous: Evaluate Evaluate Design Implement Develop
  • 4. The Three C’s Offered by ID: Comprehensive, Consistency, Credibility Comprehensive • Ensure programs are thoroughly developed, launched and evaluated Planning • Decreased development errors Consistent • All programs follow a consistent design model • Increased consistency will lead to efficiency Process with client relations • Dedicated Instructional Design resources will Credibility enhance organization’s brand • Marketplace recognition
  • 5. Instructional Designer: A Brief Overview of Job Scope  Role Responsibilities and Tasks  Lead and support subject matter experts (SME’s) through all stages of instructional design  Act as lead instructional consultant to clients  Partner with Sales team to maintain client relationships  Manage development teams ensuring deliverables exceed client expectations  Conduct research identifying market trends
  • 6. Instructional Designer: A Brief Overview of Critical Skills  Skill Requirements  Demonstrated strong consulting experience  Ability to communicate strategic objectives  Expert knowledge of instructional design approaches , adult learning theories, and e-learning  Proven team leadership and project management experience  Ability to work with many different communication, leadership and management styles
  • 7. Benefits of Instructional Design Expertise Continuous Evaluation Increased Thorough Speed Development Instructional Design Expertise
  • 8. Adding Instructional Design Expertise: Intended Outcomes  Introduce consistent and comprehensive process  Provide expert client consultation  Lead existing teams to deliver on client objectives  Increase credibility in the industry