Instructional Design UK provides a flexible and comprehensive approach to developing your people through eLearning, face to face workshops, or blended learning. We focus on developing solutions that deliver to the needs of your people and organisation.Contact Us
Specifically, we are experienced in:
Designing and developing learning materials
Designing and building eLearning solutions
The technologies used for learning solutions
Liaising with TAFE and other RTOs on behalf of our clients
eLearning compliance solutions
Instructional Design PLUS
Our PLUS program includes everything in the Basics program – with the added advantage of three coaching sessions with an experienced Senior Instructional Designer. The coaching sessions are delivered flexibly and provide an opportunity for you to receive quality feedback and direction throughout your program.
Developing eLearning your staff will love
Our eLearning is visually engaging, interactive, and responsive to learners needs. We offer standard and optional inclusions that enable clients to customise their eLearning requirements.
Our rapid eLearning development approach provides a fast and simple solution to timing and budget restrictions.
Our fully accessible (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0) eLearning provides greater flexibility for screen reader users and keyboard-only users.
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Using the ADDIE Model for Instructional Design
When working with clients on their Instructional Design needs, we follow the ADDIE Model:
- A is for Analyse. We look at the organisational learning needs and assess current capability.
- D is for Design. We design an engaging end-to-end learner experience that meets organisational objectives.
- D is for Develop. In this stage we are developing the materials to support the learner experience.
- I is for Implement. This is where we pilot the program.
- E is for Evaluate. This critical final stage is when we evaluate the success of the program against pre-determined measures.
Watch the video below to find out more about using the ADDIE Model for Instructional Design.
Creation of learning materials
We can develop a suite of learning materials relevant to client needs, including:
- A high-level design, or a ‘strawman’ of the program
- Graphics that visually demonstrate the learning journey
- Guides or plans for Facilitators
- Supporting PowerPoints, workbooks, infographics, and quick reference guides
- Formal or informal assessments
- Pre-work and post-program embedding actions
- Support for Managers to assist their staff in transfer of learning and embedding of new skills and knowledge
- eLearning and online learning
- Multimedia such as videos, animations, and explainers.
Who We Work With
If you want to know more about instructional design, click on any of the links below.
- What do we mean by ‘Instructional Design’?
- I want to become an Instructional Designer
- What does an Instructional Designer actually do?
- What are the differences between Instructional Design, Learning Design and Instructional Design?
- The Science of Learning
- Problem Based Learning
- Check out all our blogs here