Each of your team members will gain access to the Instructional Design PLUS course to learn and apply learning theories, instructional design principles and innovative technologies.
Experience personalised coaching sessions tailored to your needs, providing targeted feedback and support.
Kick-off with a launch workshop (delivered by our team) to introduce the program and how the pieces fit together to enhance your team’s skills as Instructional Designers.
20-40-minute focused team sessions to put your learning into practice, collaborate with peers and build a community for continuous learning.
Recognise adult learning principles that underpin effective instructional design.
Conduct a Learning Needs Analysis (LNA) to uncover capability gaps, using relevant tools.
Write active learning outcomes, based on identified needs.
Design impactful learning experiences for different modalities, in alignment with learning outcomes.
Apply visual design principles to materials development for effective learning and engagement.
Use practical tools and templates to bring the ADDIE process to life.
Draw on key instructional design consulting skills to ensure relevancy and accuracy of learning solution.
Study at your own pace – when you want, where you want. Accelerate and fast-track your development, or take your time – it’s up to you!
Review the learning theories and design principles that underpin instructional design decisions. Develop key consulting skills to keep projects on track, work with stakeholders and achieve agreed outcomes.
Step through the instructional design process to develop your very own program and learning materials to add to your portfolio.
Use our Instructional Design Toolkit – a set of guides and templates to design, develop and evaluate your own learning programs, customised to your branding.
Team up with one of our Senior Consultants. They will help you to harness your strengths and lift your capabilities. They will review your program at key stages to provide constructive, targeted and supportive feedback.
Consider cutting-edge technologies that are revolutionising learning.
These team huddles aren’t just about individual growth; they’re about shared experiences, mutual support and collaboration.
With your team, you’ll master the art of putting learning into practice. You’ll design engaging activities that draw on powerful learning theories, bringing them to life in practical and meaningful ways. You’ll unleash your creativity and discover how to transform learning methodologies into tangible, real-world learning experiences.
And don’t forget – sharing is caring. Spread your ideas and insights among your team members so you can test, discover and grow together! In these dynamic sessions, you’ll nurture your team’s growth, and help cultivate a culture of generosity.
These huddles aren’t just about individual growth; they’re about shared experiences, mutual support, and a sense of camaraderie.
Team huddles are short, 20-40-minute focused meetings intended for information sharing and capability uplift. Here’s how they work:
Leadership: These huddles are led by team leaders who facilitate discussion and ensure objectives are met.
Structure: While high-level agendas are provided for a consistent huddle experience, leaders have the flexibility to adapt and build upon them, tailoring the content to the team’s specific needs.
Alignment with eLearning: It’s advisable for these huddles to coincide with the team’s progress through the Instructional Design PLUS eLearning. This ensures that discussions in huddles can be grounded in and enriched by the content from the eLearning modules.
Delivery mode: The team huddles design leans towards face-to-face, promoting direct interaction and real-time feedback.
In essence, team huddles are dynamic, leader-driven sessions that encourage open communication – allowing instructional design teams to align, adapt and grow together.
Your team will have 12 months of access to the course and to use the coaching sessions. You can go as fast or as slow as you like!
We provide a recommended 4-month schedule that maps out the eLearning modules, team huddles and coaching sessions.
Completion of the program involves:
As a guide, a project requiring creation of learning materials for a 1-day face-to-face or a 45-minute eLearning project will need the equivalent of 15 to 20 days of effort.
There are none! Whether you’re an instructional design newbie or a seasoned pro, our tools and templates have got you covered.
Each of your team members will receive three 90-minute coaching sessions with one of our senior instructional designers for specific support and tailored feedback!
We’ll run a launch workshop to introduce the program and how the pieces fit together. It’ll be packed with hands-on activities to begin activating and priming your knowledge for the program.
This service is highly adaptable. Pricing varies based on the degree of customisation you choose for branding, content, and the ADDIE toolkit, as well as your team’s size. Get in touch for a tailored quote.
We recommend a zippy browser to view the eLearning – Google Chrome or Firefox are our top picks!
We’ve got you covered with Microsoft Office templates and guides.
Looking for an eLearning authoring tool that’s both user-friendly and delivers? We’re big fans of Rise 360 – it’s intuitive and packs a punch for learners.
For extra value, cerate a Miro account to run interactive discovery sessions (this is not a must).
We encourage you to explore other tools during the program, as you choose.
Yes! Whilst you don’t require an accreditation to be an instructional designer – on successful completion of your project – you will receive a certificate from Instructional Design Australia to recognise the development of your professional capabilities. Add to your LinkedIn profile and resume!
As the Director of IDA, Bianca has over 20 years of senior learning consulting experience working with organisations across various industries. This has shaped Bianca’s expertise in project management of people and learning solutions to support change initiatives.
With a decade at IDA, Olivia specialises in crafting creative blended learning solutions, delivering purposeful and impactful experiences. Her methodologies emphasise practical skill application and incorporate embedding activities, facilitating effective on-the-job learning transfer.
Tarsh has been working with IDA since 2018 as a Senior Instructional Designer. Tarsh comes from the corporate banking sector, where she developed learning solutions for engagement and change initiatives.
Managing Partner Mike has 25 years of experience in a variety of senior human resource, L&D, sales/marketing and general management roles. Mike has particular strengths in project management to lead and deliver on capability uplift for complex change and transformation projects.
We’re curious crafters of meaningful and impactful learning experiences. Leaders in the world of instructional design since 2009, we are proud to have partnered with key organisations across diverse industries. More than learning designers; we’re capability shifters.
We’re part of the Discover Learning Group