Why You Need a Remote Instructional Designer Now More Than Ever

Posted by Rachael Jones on Jul 29, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Why You Need a Remote Instructional Designer Now More Than Ever

The corporate landscape has quickly changed. With many employees working remotely, having staggered starts, or balancing their time between working at home and working in the office there is a need to adjust workflows and pick up new skills. How can your business adapt and keep its employees ahead of the game? Training is key.

 

It cannot be ignored that with a scattered workforce, there is now, more than ever, a need for employees to feel connected to each other and to your company. They need to be aware of changes in processes or organizational direction.

 

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Instructional Designer Tips For Custom eLearning Design

Posted by Nisha Amin on Jun 6, 2019 3:00:00 PM

Key Elements for eLearning Storyboard Design

Instructional Designer Tips For Custom eLearning Design

Much like a training needs assessment helps to set the plan in motion for a new corporate training and development initiative, a storyboard lays the foundation for an effective online professional development program.

Both are completed by an instructional design consultant here at TrainingFolks and both include several best practices that drive results for our clients.

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Topics: top instructional design consultants, elearning storyboard, instructinal designer, elearning companies

Keys to Hiring the Right Instructional Designer

Posted by Nisha Amin on Sep 20, 2018 10:30:00 AM

Key Instructional Design Interview Questions to Ask

YOUR CORPORATE TRAINING COMPANY

Finding the right Instructional Designer for your organization means finding someone that can think big picture but also see the granular details, work independently but also communicate effectively with SMEs and developers, has the skills to read through in-depth content that can be jargon-heavy but translate it into simpler verbiage that resonates with your larger employee base.

Hiring someone that can do all of this plus has the knowledge of your specific industry or subject matter can be quite the task!What are some key ways to help find the right person for the job?

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Topics: instructional design consultant, instructinal designer, instructional design interview questions

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