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Senior Instructional Designer

For over two decades, Daniel has dedicated himself to not just educating but inspiring and engaging individuals at a deep level, with the idea that it’s not about how much you can learn but about how much you care. His motivation lies in coaching individuals to develop resilience and strength across the emotional, intellectual, and physical spectrums of their lives.
Daniel has multiple years of experience at nearly every age level, touching the lives of those as young as five through to adults, transcending traditional classroom boundaries to embrace project-based learning, experiential learning, outdoor-adventure learning, and more. People often comment on his energy, enthusiasm, and ability to connect, particularly through the power of narrative storytelling.

Key strengths

Key areas in which Daniel is engaged are:

  • Building evidence-based psychological and people science into the learning design
  • End-to-end project design, delivery and management of both digital and face-to-face learning opportunities
  • Creating programs that are engaging, connected and thoughtful for all learners
  • Liaising with subject matter experts and key stakeholders

Education, professional qualifications and affiliations

Daniel’s education, professional qualifications and affiliations include:
  • Currently studying Psychology at James Cook University. Heading towards Organisational and Business Psychology.
  • Australian Psychological Association (Student member)
  • Certificate in Teaching Software Design and Development (University of Wollongong)
  • Grad Dip Education (Design and Technology, University of Wollongong; 2006)
  • Certificate II & III: Information Technology (Software Applications)
  • Certificate IV: Vocational Training and Assessment
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary, University of Technology, Sydney; 2004) with a Major in Outdoor Education