The team at Instructional Design Australia (IDA) has created a variety of choices to meet a variety of needs in response to the numerous enquiries we have received asking whether there are any short, useful, and fairly cost instructional design courses available.
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
Participants receive complete access to the documents, templates, and guidelines required to be a quality instructional designer. Participants use the toolkit as a self-directed resource to design and build their own educational strategy. Upon successful completion, you will receive an EdX credential in instructional design and technology.
The toolkit consists of comprehensive “How-To” guidelines, real-world examples, and templates based on commercial practise by Instructional Design Australia (IDA) and Discover Learning Designs (DLD) and the five stages of the ADDIE model Instructional Design process:
Who are the courses for?
Both those who are new to instructional design and those who want to advance or specialise in their skills will find these courses and toolkits helpful. After finishing each course, participants are granted an unlimited licence to use the associated instructional design templates.
Is an Instructional Design Degree for you?
Unlike several occupations, instructional design typically doesn’t require a degree or licence. The fundamental principles and concepts that drive the instructional design process, such as how to conduct a learning needs analysis (LNA), adult learning principles, and assessment methodology, must be well understood in order to create effective learning programmes. Your access to this information and insight will be made possible by enrolling in an IDA or DLD course.
Outcomes of Instructional Design Courses
At the end of the course, participants will have gained knowledge of instructional design and the practical skills required to build their own collection of learning resources. Additionally, after completing Instructional Design Courses, students have the opportunity to work with other Perth 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.