In response to the numerous enquiries we have received regarding the availability of succinct, practical, and reasonably priced instructional design courses, the team at Instructional Design Australia (IDA) has produced a range of options to fit diverse needs.
Instructional Design Course Options:
- Instructional Design Basics: Self-paced. Learn more
- Instructional Design PLUS: Self-paced; PLUS coaching with a Senior Instructional Designer from the IDA and DLD team. Learn more
- Instructional Design for your Organisation: Face-to-face workshop/s. Learn more
The complete toolkit of materials, templates, and instructions required to be a quality instructional designer is available to participants. Participants utilise the toolkit as a self-paced resource to develop and assemble their own educational plan. Upon successful completion, an edx certificate in instructional design and technology is awarded.
The toolkit includes a detailed “How-To” guides, practical examples, and templates that are based on Instructional Design Australia (IDA) and Discover Learning Designs (DLD) commercial practise and the five stages of the ADDIE model Instructional Design process:
Who are the courses for?
These courses and toolkits will be beneficial for those who are new to instructional design as well as those wishing to advance or specialise their skills. Participants are given an unlimited licence to utilise the provided Instructional Design templates after completing each course.
Is an Instructional Design Degree for you?
Unlike certain occupations, instructional design doesn’t usually call for a degree or licence. To build effective learning programmes, it is necessary to have a solid understanding of the key concepts and ideas underlying the instructional design process, such as how to conduct a learning needs analysis (LNA), adult learning principles, and assessment approaches. An IDA or DLD course can be taken to learn this knowledge and comprehension.
Outcomes of Instructional Design Courses
Participants will have learned about instructional design and have the practical skills needed to create their own library of learning resources by the end of the course. Additionally, after completing Instructional Design Courses, students have the opportunity to work with Adelaide eLearning Developers.
Instructional Design Australia (IDA) provides services to support workplace learning and change. With team members in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, IDA will enable your people to engage, learn and perform.