Lectora e-Learning authoring software announces new Instructional Design Training for the Everyday Developer now available in New York City on December 16, 2011. Led by expert Lectora instructors, attendees acquire a thorough understanding of instructional design principles to help them develop highly effective e-Learning courses and training.
Instructional Design for the Everyday Developer takes place on Friday, December 16, 2011 at the New York City regional ExecuTrain Lectora Training facility.
“We are pleased to now offer our new Instructional Design course in New York City so our users from all over the nation have a convenient location to acquire the skills they need to deliver high-impact e-Learning content using Lectora,” said Tanya Seidel, Vice President of Product Management and Training at Trivantis Corporation. “In addition to the Instructional Design course, users can also take advantage of three additional Lectora training courses to maximize their development skills and learn valuable tips and tricks in Lectora all in one location.”
Instructional Design Training for the Everyday Developer provides learners with the tools and techniques to create successful courseware for e-Learning. This course takes trainees straight through the e-Learning process from initial conception through course delivery and evaluation. Attendees learn Instructional System Design (ISD) and focus specifically on e-Learning Instructional Design (e-Learning ID) to maximize the effectiveness and appeal of online learning.
In addition to the Instructional Design course, attendees can also register for Lectora Fundamentals, Lectora Intermediate and Lectora Tools Training for a full four days of thorough instruction in creating effective e-Learning content with Lectora e-Learning software directly from expert trainers at the New York City ExecuTrain location:
- December 13th, 2011 – Lectora Fundamentals
- December 14th, 2011 – Lectora Intermediate
- December 15th, 2011 – Lectora Tools
- December 16th, 2011 – Instructional Design for the Everyday Developer
For more information about Instructional Design Training for the Everyday Developer and Lectora Training including brand new locations and dates, please visit Lectora Training.