Become an instructional designer
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What is an instructional designer?
One of the most exciting and rapidly growing professions, instructional designers design and develop online and blended learning experiences across a range of sectors. From further and higher education to corporate training, you will find instructional designers helping organisations deliver transformative digital learning experiences to adult learners across the UK and internationally.
Over the past year, instructional designers have played a crucial role in helping colleges, universities and employers continue to operate under extraordinary circumstances. Now, as they search for sustainable teaching and training solutions, organisations are relying on instructional designers more than ever… and they’re recruiting.
The role varies across sectors and you don’t need to have programming or advanced tech skills to get started. Our Learning Design Foundation Certificate will cover all you need to enter the field.
Become an instructional designer in your own time and join a respected community of teaching and learning professionals.
New in 2021
Our new blog will give you the inspiration you need to design engaging learning materials to adult learners in any context. Check out our latest post…
Linearity is often criticised as being at odds with learner-centred experiences. However, the creation and interrogation of lines and trajectories is also a fundamental component of how people learn. So how can we harness linear learning opportunities in a learner-centred way? Linear teaching tends to come under scrutiny when it unnecessarily defines and restricts learning
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