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    Instructional Designer: Level 1

    Responsibilities:

    • Collaborates with learning team members to write learning objectives and develop knowledge assessments.

    • Designs learning experiences through engaging activities and practice.

    • Develops participant and trainer materials using a variety of presentation, word processing and image capturing software.

    • Supports the trainer in becoming familiar with the content.

    • Focuses on specific, singular modules.

    • Utilizes client's methodologies, tools and templates.

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    Instructional Designer: Level 2

    Responsibilities:

    • Consults and serves as the key connection point between the learning team and business partners during the learning solution analysis, design, and development.

    • Analyzes learning needs to determine effective learning solutions that address knowledge and/or performance gaps.

    • Leads training interventions that enable clients to accelerate change and drive improved performance.

    • Supports the delivery of the pilot session and completes required revisions.

    • Designs and conducts the TTT session, if required.

    • Focuses on the development of multiple modules.

    • Suggests best practices or improvements for consideration to enhance client's methodologies, tools, and templates.

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    Instructional Designer: Level 3

    Responsibilities:

    • Manages the total learning experience by leading/consulting closely with learning team to develop and deploy learning strategies to support the accomplishment of business goals.

    • Assesses internal client's training needs and identifies corresponding performance gaps.

    • Develops training strategies that support the client's strategic goals and leverages appropriate resources to design and implement the strategies.

    • Consults and coaches senior leaders on learning applications. Uses systematic thinking to connect all components of learning and performance management.

    • Develops strategies, full program curricula, learning architectures, learning plans, and competencies. 

    • Evaluates the impact of recommended solution(s).

    • Possesses a toolkit of methodologies, tools, and templates for client adaptability.

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