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Certificate in Instructional Design


This workshop adopts a practical and interactive approach among its participants. It utilizes educational tools that assist participants in efficiently and effectively navigating different learning and development environments. The course is based on four main pillars: conceptual education (provided by the consultant), sharing experiences (group discussions and practical application sessions), scenario analysis, and case studies.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the elements of the learner-centered educational environment and explain the principles of instructional design.
  2. Analyze performance gaps, determine appropriate learning objectives for learners, and develop a plan for managing the learning project.
  3. Formulate a vision for learning and strive to achieve it step by step through a learning journey that includes task and activity inventories, testing and evaluation strategies, and tools for measuring the return on learning investment.
  4. Design suitable instructional content, select educational activities and learning media, and design educational materials for both trainers and learners.
  5. Guide the implementation process of the instructional program by preparing learners and trainers and using effective planning and communication tools.
  6. Acquire knowledge of learning assessment tools and strategies, and develop a plan for assessment that allows for future analysis and improvement.

Target Audience

This training course targets trainers, instructional designers, training and development managers, talent management professionals, human resources management specialists, and all professionals seeking to master instructional design skills.

Program Content

  1. Introduction to Instructional Design
  2. The Eight Elements of Enriching the Learning Environment
  3. Teacher-Learner Matrix
  4. Characteristics of a Learner-Centered Educational Environment
  5. Active Learning Theory
  6. Defining Instructional Design
  7. Principles of Instructional Design
  8. Overview of the ADDIE Concept – Step-by-Step Guide to Instructional Design
    • Analysis
    • Design
    • Development
    • Implementation
    • Evaluation
  9. Analyzing Educational Intervention Initiatives (Phase One)
    • Objectives of the Analysis Phase
    • Challenges Faced by Instructional Designers during the Analysis Phase
    • Verifying Gaps between Performance Levels and Standards
    • Identifying Learning Objectives
    • Analyzing Learners
    • Identifying Available Resources and Potential Teaching Methods
    • The Nine-Step “Cost Estimation” Process
    • Developing a Project Management Plan
  10. Designing the Learning Journey Map (Phase Two)
    • Objectives of the Design Phase
    • Crafting the Learning Vision
    • Creating a Repository of Learning/Performance Skills – Core Skills Required to Achieve Learning Objectives
    • Formulating Performance Objectives
    • Developing a Set of Testing Tools
    • Creating Testing Strategies
    • Establishing Return on Investment Standards
  11. Developing Instructional Content (Phase Three)
    • Objectives of the Development Phase
    • Creating Instructional Content
    • Incorporating Instructional Strategies (Teaching Methods)
    • Effective Development of Preparation and Motivation Activities, as well as Closing Activities
    • Developing Learning Media that Meet the Needs of Various Types of Learners (Different Learning Styles)
    • Developing Learning Materials for Learners
    • Developing Training Materials for the Trainer (Teacher)
  12. Learning Solutions that Facilitate Successful Implementation (Phase Four)
    • Objectives of the Implementation Phase
    • Identifying Potential Trainers
    • Preparing the Trainer to Deliver the Instructional Program
    • Training the Trainers as an Implementation Strategy
    • Preparing the Learner
    • Identifying Potential Candidates
    • Developing an Effective Learning Schedule
    • Pre-Communicating with Learners
    • Tools for Monitoring Learner Engagement
  13. Designing Tools and Measures for Evaluating Instructional Programs (Phase Five)
    • Objectives of the Evaluation Phase
    • Defining Evaluation Criteria
    • The Four Levels of Kirkpatrick’s Evaluation of Learning
    • 15 Assessment Tools and How to Choose the Best Ones
    • Developing an Evaluation Plan
    • Conducting Effective Evaluation
    • Analyzing Learning Data for Continuous Improvement

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