The GSDC Certified Instructional Designer is a professional who specializes in designing and developing effective training and learning programs.They typically work in corporate training departments, educational institutions, government agencies, or consulting firms.
The role of an instructional designer is to analyze learning needs, design instructional strategies and materials, and develop and implement training programs. They use a variety of methodologies and tools to ensure that the learning programs they design are effective and engaging for adult learners.
To become a Certified Instructional Designer, candidates must typically complete a certification program.These programs may involve coursework, practical exercises, and exams that cover various aspects of instructional design, such as adult learning theories, needs analysis, learning strategies and methods, e-learning development, and project management.
Individuals working or seeking to work in the field of instructional designers
Trainers and Educators who are responsible for designing and developing training programs
Leaders who are responsible for the development and management
People working in related fields such as management
Working in Business and organizational development
Enhance Professional Credibility.
Improved Job Opportunities.
Enhanced Skill Set.
Peer Networking Opportunities.
1. Learning Theories and Principles:
2. Needs Analysis and Learning Objectives:
3. Instructional Design Strategies and Methods:
4. Project Management and Evaluation:
5. E-Learning Development:
6. Employee Relations and Engagement:
The Global Skill Development Council (GSDC) is an independent, vendor-neutral, international credentialing and certification organization for the emerging technologies: