My Dear Visitors and Readers,
Before I provide the details of this course, I must tell you about what inspired it’s creation.
The IDST (Instructional Design for Senior Professionals and Trainers) course gave me an opportunity to spend the past six months in the elite company of many Senior Trainers and Managers. It made me reflect upon the fact that while most training professionals in the industry are fantastic trainers, and while the ability to apply Instructional Design can give them a glittering edge, many of them are still on the non-eLearning side of the bridge that spans the gulf between traditional and technical. Being an eLearning ID professional, I can appreciate their apprehensions. eLearning can look formidable from a distance, especially with all that “technical” mystery surrounding it. However, if a trainer could master the skill of storyboard creation, he or she would have expanded her skill-set to include eLearning development into it, thus, becoming a complete learning professional.
eLearning is the learning medium of today and tomorrow, and if you intend to make a mark as a learning professional, it’s important to not only accept eLearning but master the part that you’d be required to play in its development.
For this reason, I designed this one-month program, with 8 sessions of 1.5 hours each. Being a shorter program doesn’t mean that its teeth are less sharper, so as always, you’ll need to get your armor checked and burnished before you decide to take up this course.
Now, I’d like to invite you over to the Storyboarding for eLearning (SBeL) Course Web Page. If you like what you see, if you too want to demystify the craft of creating storyboards for elearning, write to me or call me up. I have only one request to make, please go through the page before you call up…and yes, I’d like to warn you, I am terrible at sales/marketing-speak so please don’t ask me questions that require such shenanigans, or our call would take us nowhere. All I can tell you is that if we decide to come together for this course, I’ll make sure that you master storyboarding.
More coming up, so return when you’ve filled up your cup of coffee.