- Would you like to learn the basics of being an instructional designer?
- Are you new to instructional design and wish to understand the ins and outs, application of trends, and implementation of useful strategies?
- Are you curious about how to identify effective design and apply it to your projects with an emphasis on project management, planning, and implementation issues?
- Have you noticed how much the learning industry is changing?
Then this is the course for you! This is a hands-on, activity-based Instructional Systems Design (ISD) course designed to examine the ISD processes within a project-based context. As a participant, expect to examine the various phases and models of creating, implementing and evaluating instruction. Part of this process includes learning practical tips that allow you to look at the ISD process from the learner’s perspective. These tips will also provide you with techniques that shorten the design and development process. Another essential part of dissecting the ISD process is to deconstruct how technology and brain science have directly affected the work that we do and how we do it.
You will become part of a team that is responsible for designing and evaluating an original lesson or unit of instruction while collaborating with other class members, a sponsor, and a mentor to apply the lessons of the class directly to the project.
Completing the project leads directly to your application of the practical aspects of designing learning experiences for the classroom and workplace. Expect to see an emphasis on effective design, planning and implementation. To assist you in your design process, we have enlisted the assistance of various project sponsors and/or SMEs who will provide guidance to your team throughout the course, thus allowing your team to successfully complete the assigned project. The goal is for participants to:
Apply different methodologies to training design
Use an instructional design model
Prepare, research and deliver strong content
Write instructional materials from scratch using proven, results-oriented techniques
Experience the true demands of the Instructional Design role in practice.
You will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of this program.
Click here for a detailed program description.
This registration covers Phase 1 of the ISD Boot Camp (10 sessions). A detailed syllabus will be included with your paid registration confirmation.
Cohort participants will meet every two weeks beginning September 5, 2018 through February 6, 2019 from 630 pm to 830 pm.
There will be an orientation webinar on August 29, 2018 from 630 pm to 730 pm to address any questions you may have prior to attending on September 5, 2018.
Phase 2 of the ISD Boot Camp requires a separate registration & program fee. Phase 2 will begin in March of 2019 and run through July 2019. More details can be obtained by emailing ATDCFLISDBOOTCAMP@atdcfl.org.
Note: We will serve light refreshments/snacks at each session.
Cost: Early Registration ends 8/29/18
Register before 8/29/18 to receive lower rate. After 8/29/18 ALL participants will pay the $450 Late Registration fee.
Location: DRMP Inc.
Thank you to our Venue sponsor: DRMP Inc.
"Building the Future on a Foundation of Excellence"
DRMP’s founders, a group of engineers and surveyors, took an uncommon path in 1977 by joining together to offer their clients a full-service firm with a collaborative approach to produce superior infrastructure. Our employee-owned firm has never faltered on this path, and continues to search for more opportunities for collaboration and growth throughout the southeastern United States. Keeping the future in mind, we will continue our journey with the resolve and desire to create partnerships with our clients to provide tailored solutions that satisfy their needs, achieve success for our employees and benefits the communities we serve.
Thank you to our Event sponsors:
Refreshment sponsor: SPIN Design
For more than 10 years Spin has been working with clients across multiple industries delivering world class information design projects in Brazil, United States and Canada. Our multidisciplinary team offer a unique set of skills that allows us to create custom solutions for every specific client demand.
We are looking for more sponsors!
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About your facilitators:
Barry Nadler has been an instructional designer for FIS since 2005 and to date has created at least 100 self-paced courses for thousands of learners across the community banking industry. Barry has been active with the chapter since 2012 holding various roles and is currently serving as Director of Mentoring, developing and facilitating a full curriculum for Instructional Design/Elearning for people that are new to the industry or looking to grow that skill set. Barry keeps himself busy as a concert photographer and enjoys shooting large shows for an online magazine, as well as being the local photographer/videographer/stage manager for a local haunted attraction that happens in October.
Kelley Miller is an engagement-oriented leader with more than 15 years of collective experience in training and development, organizational effectiveness, project management, and operations. Her experience spans both entrepreneurial and small business settings including: telecommunications, legal, customer service, and non-profit. Kelley currently serves as VP of Membership for ATD Central Florida.
Rosa Espinal is a Learning and Development professional with over 20 years of experience in talent development in industries such as banking, telecommunications, retail and hospitality. She currently is a Professional Development Manager at CareerSource Central Florida. Rosa has been a member of the Chapter and active on the board since 2012 and is currently serving as President. Rosa leverages her strengths in project management, leadership, and communication to design interactive and engaging learning experiences. Her motto is: “Learning is an experience, not a program.”
You may be able to submit for CPLP, HRCI, or SHRM re-certification credit.
Please review your Recertification Guidelines for more information: