So What Does a Good Instructional Designer Do?

Posted by Nisha Amin on May 16, 2019 10:00:00 AM

So What Does a Good Instructional Designer Do?

Tips from Top Instructional Design Company 

The question of whether to hire a contract instructional designer or go with a full-time resource is one that learning leaders ponder every time a new training need arises.

There are plus point to both sides.

Read More

Topics: instructional design services, instructional design consultant, contract Instructional designer

7 Reasons You Need a Contract Instructional Designer

Posted by Nisha Amin on Mar 21, 2019 10:48:57 AM

7 Reasons You Need a Contract Instructional Designer 

Tips From Top Instructional Design Services Company

Learning Leaders know that even the best managed training projects can be easily sidetracked. Some common issues include resources being reassigned to other initiatives, unexpected scope changes, and setting unrealistic timelines at the beginning of the project.

Read More

Topics: instructional design companies, how to hire instructional designer, instructional design consultants, contract Instructional designer

The Value-Add of a Contract Instructional Designer

Posted by Nisha Amin on May 23, 2018 4:22:36 PM

The Value-Add of a Contract Instructional Designer

Tips From Your Corporate Training Company

As a Learning Leader, you’ve likely faced the situation of having a large or high-profile learning and development program land on your desk when all your instructional design resources are at capacity, and you need to find top talent to take on the project. 

Read More

Topics: instructional design consultants, contract Instructional designer

Discover the Top Instructional Design Interview Questions

Posted by Nisha Amin on Apr 12, 2018 8:53:00 AM

Discover the Top Instructional Design Interview Questions

Top Training Company Tips for Better Instructional Design Interviews

As a Learning Leader, you are constantly being challenged to find new and innovative ways to improve the training experiences in your organization. This could mean creating more compelling content, introducing new modalities such as mobile learning, microlearning or gamification, or implementing eye-catching visual elements that will engage learners.

If you don't have these exact skill sets on your learning and development team and are not in a position to hire a full-time resource, consider a contract Instructional Designer. 

Read More

Topics: instructional design companies, instructional design services, contract Instructional designer, instructional design interview questions

Making the Case for a Contract Instructional Designer

Posted by Rachael Jones on Jun 8, 2017 8:47:00 AM

TIPS FROM YOUR TRAINING COMPANY


The budget for the cybersecurity training program has finally been approved, and company leadership has flagged it as a priority. With your learning and development team stretched thin on other projects, you’ve decided the most efficient way to complete this training program is to hire a contract Instructional Designer (ID). If you need to make the business case to management for budget approval, here are seven good points to present.

Read More

Topics: instructional designer, contract Instructional designer

10 Benefits to Hiring A Contract Learning Professional

Posted by Nisha Amin on Mar 30, 2017 10:12:00 AM

TIPS FROM YOUR TRAINING COMPANY

Top 10 Reasons to Hire a Contract Instructional Designer 

1. Access to On-Demand Talent:

Many of our clients are looking for their learning and development talent ASAP. As an expert training company we recognize the complexity of locating and hiring consultants on short notice, and it can be extremely overwhelming. We have access to one of the largest learning and development networks (exceeding 25,000 consultants) and our clients enjoy the benefits of on-demand talent that is close to their location, which reduces any travel and accommodation expenses.

Read More

Topics: contract trainer, instructional designer services, contract Instructional designer

Read More