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Major Responsibilities

College Degree

Communication

Development

Techniques

Skills

Experience

Instructional Design Jobs Analysis Report

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Degree in business, instructional design, educational technology, or related field

Design, develop and deliver training that meet company expectations.

Support stakeholders in the company with instructional coaching.

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Required Qualifications

prefered Qualifications

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Bachelors Degree in Instructional Design or related field.

Familiarity with eLearning management systems.

Applies Instructional design techniques and models.

Years of experience of training or instructional design.

Excellent writing and oral communication skills.

Years of experience of training or instructional design.

Masters Degree in Instructional Design

Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, written communication skills. Must also have great presentation skills.

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Designs, develops and delivers trainings/courses for in-person and web-based instruction.

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Use the Addie process, or provide the coaching of learning theories to other ID's for support. Also staying on top of the latest effective ways to train.

Skilled in Training Programs / other programs such as Microsoft

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Preferred to have at least some experience of instructional design or related to.

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Competition What are the existing, alternative solutions that help the customer do the same thing or reach a similar outcome?

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Interview Questions

1. What is your background previous to becoming an instructional designer?

2. How did you end up in the Instructional Design career path?

3. Do you feel happy with your life as an Instructional Designer? (Work-Life Balance)

4. What skills would you say are essential when becoming an Instructional Designer?

5. What do you think are the most important features of effective instructional materials?

6. What has been your favorite experience/project if you have one that you have created as an instructional designer?

I was a high school Economics Teacher and server on the weekends.

During COVID, all his friends who were suffering financially during the time - needed help. So, he started texting them stock market trades, and they made more money than they did while working. They all forced him onto YouTube, and I got like 5,000 followers in like 2 months. He basically started my own ID business on accident. This led to courses and other financial content, which then landed me my current manager role.

Well I am also a MANAGER level, so I have more freedom and ability to do what I want and when. I think it is great and I have great flexibility, I refuse to leave the field lmao

Content Creation, Leveraging Industry Trends and Educational Outcomes, Data Analytics, Revenue Operations, and Lane Ownership.

Know the audience and the ask. The SIMPLEST answer is usually the BEST. Everyone is constantly trying to do goofy non-sense and get super fancy, but in reality, you're just adding steps. Any additional bells and whistles have to have reason, and I suggest making the upgrades on the backend where no one even sees it.

I made a really cool interactive job aide the other day. Not really the GREATEST ever, but I do think it was an incredible use of Articulate and it is really cool to see in action.

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Interview Questions

7. What has been the most challenging? How did you overcome that challenge to complete the project?

8. I see that you are a freelancer/self-managed, when/if managing several clients at once, how do you prioritize all needs to deliver the best results for not only them but you?

9. How do you best time manage yourself in your daily life?

10. What technology tools do you suggest when becoming an Instructional designer, or what do you suggest looking into the most when transitioning into this field?

The biggest challenge is ID is a lot of 'OKAY STOP... WAIT.. WAIT....... WAIT LONGER... OKAY GO GO and so it is like warfare lmao. You have to work on other's time and vision, and usually you're not entirely a priority so it is a lot of hurry up to wait.

I usually quote way more than I need so when I deliver early they are happy. Just be realistic on deadlines, you can truly only manage SO MUCH of a project, so give yourself some room to operate. I often give myself 1.5X time I will need and so if I am done early, everyone is happy. I also then can give myself some down time and reflect before delivery.

I have ADHD so I have no plan lmao. I just work on my projects until I get a 'Aha' moment, and can break through on something. You could be very planned out but as a manager I am just doing my damndest to protect my resources, scope, and time lines.

Lots of resources were given. To name a few are, Adobe, Articulate, Blackboard, Canva.

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Contextualize your topic

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Yep, you read that right. Interactivity and animation can turn even the most boring content into something super fun. In Genially, we use AI (Awesome interactivity) in all our designs so that you can level up with interactivity and turn your content into something that engages and provides value.

Contextualize your topic

Visual content is a transversal, universal language, like music. We can understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

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22

oct

+info

Yep, you read that right. Interactivity and animation can turn even the most boring content into something super fun. In Genially, we use AI (Awesome interactivity) in all our designs so that you can level up with interactivity and turn your content into something that engages and provides value.

Contextualize your topic

Visual content is a transversal, universal language, like music. We can understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

Event Name 4

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oct

+info

Yep, you read that right. Interactivity and animation can turn even the most boring content into something super fun. In Genially, we use AI (Awesome interactivity) in all our designs so that you can level up with interactivity and turn your content into something that engages and provides value.

Contextualize your topic

Visual content is a transversal, universal language, like music. We can understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

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