The instructional design team in Hobart strives to create training programmes and materials for the workplace that are interesting, thought-provoking, and application-based. We work hard to design learning opportunities that are as effective, efficient, and engaging as possible, to put it simply.
We provide a whole service that includes consultation for programme delivery, implementation, and effectiveness assessment. We also have opportunities with flexible engagement models and short-term contracts available. Examples of the types of training materials that are frequently created for clients include producing internal communications, training materials, and workplace training programmes in the following formats:
- High Level Training Designs (content/activity map)
- Training Architectures
- Facilitator Guides
- Learner Workbooks
- PowerPoint Presentations (key points/visuals)
- Quick References Guides/Job Aids
- Assessment Guides
- Pre-and Post-program Activities
- Program Evaluation Tools
- Program Launch Communications
- Manager Embedding Guides and Toolkits
- Any other form of industrial design training materials required
Working with customers to create important business objectives that influence the ultimate purpose of learning programmes is part of our instructional design and Hobart learning design process. To help learners achieve the intended business goal, we first examine how the intended business aim affects their current knowledge, abilities, and behaviours.
You can collaborate with Instructional Design Australia during every stage of the creation of your project or educational solution. As an alternative, we can create learning initiatives or solutions and deliver them to the instructional designer or eLearning developer in Hobart for creation and execution. Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane all have access to learning design experts.