UMBC Instructional Systems Development Training Systems Program

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Overview of Training Related Jobs

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This web section contains job title, description, qualification and salary information for training-related jobs pertaining to the UMBC Instructional Systems Development, Training Systems Masters Degree Program, and Certificate Program.  The jobs are:

  • E-Learning Specialist
  • Human Performance Technology Specialist
  • Instructional Designer
  • Training Specialist
  • Training Manager. 

Most of the information is based on federal job information (see http://www.usajobs.com) because the federal government has set the standard for simplicity, clarity, and transparency for job titles, descriptions, qualifications, and salary ranges for training-related jobs which they designate as job series GS-1750.  Additional information from industry was used when applicable, especially for salary where pay is more varied. Finally, you will notice the five different jobs share many skills and qualifications and may differ only in the areas of management or technology skills.  This is due to the specialization of the ISD profession.