Instructional Systems Design Foundation - Online
UMBC Training Centers is proud to offer this online non-credit program aimed at providing participants with a baseline knowledge of Instructional Systems Design and the various phases involved in the creation and deployment of education and training solutions.
This program will ensure that students receive instruction in the foundational principles of Instructional Systems Design, as organized around the ADDIE model, which includes:
Upon successful completion of this program, participants will receive a Certificate of Training from UMBC Training Centers.
This program is designed for new trainers, instructional designers and workplace learning professionals or those who have experience but have had no formal education or training on instructional design processes and methods.
Upon completion of this program, each student should be able to:
- List and describe each stage of the ADDIE model of instructional systems design.
- Explain how the ADDIE model can be implemented in his/her own work environment.
- List and describe at least three methods of analysis.
- Discuss the characteristics of adult learners.
- Determine appropriate instructional techniques to achieve instructional objectives.
- Determine appropriate evaluation methodologies to measure achievement of instructional objectives.
This program will be delivered online over a 4 week period. Students should expect to dedicate between 5 and 10 hours per week to successfully complete this course.
This course qualifies for 3 CEUs.
$1,295.00 (includes all course materials)
This program will be delivered online through UMBC Training Centers BlackBoard Learning Management System (LMS).
E-mail Heith Hart or call (443) 692-6599 if you have any questions about this course or if you would like to be added to the interest list.