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How to find the right contract instructional designer.

Finding the best-fit instructional design specialist for your organization’s culture, size, industry, and unique project needs is not always easy.

When recruiting for the role, your internal team needs to understand the nuances involved with the job. This is not always possible when an HR team is busy finding your resource along with 10 others for the company. 

The hiring manager or learning team leaders also need to know what the new instructional designer is Instructional_Designer_image-350going to be doing for the project and what key skills are required. Weeding these out in an interview process is sometimes easier said than done.

Working with an external training company with experience in the staffing world can significantly help you with your search. Not only can they find the right fit for your role profile but typically have a great network that you can leverage with one simple point of contact.  Plus, once the new hire is on board, you don’t have to worry about the administrative or onboarding costs involved with a full-time hire-something to think about! 

With over 20 years of experience, TrainingFolks has found the right instructional designers for clients  around the globe.

Our ability to find, qualify and select the right candidate is critical for time sensitive projects and has made us a go-to instructional design company for a multitude of Fortune 500 organizations.

As a training company we understand your desire to hire an individual that encompasses the necessary skill set, brings the required experience and seamlessly fits into your organization.

"Finding the Right Instructional Designer" includes six sample questions to ask an Instructional Designer during the interview process and outlines the five most desirable instructional design skills to look for when hiring.

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