Enroll in in “Instructional Design for Technical Communicators” Online Certificate Program

Technical communicators, have you been charged with developing a tutorial or similar instructional program (or expect to be)? Or have you developed tutorials but are looking to do so more effectively?

Then consider enrolling in Instructional Design for Technical Communicators, a 4-session live online certificate program offered by the Society for Technical Communication.

This program provides you with the skills needed to successfully produce effective learning programs, including following the ADDIE approach, writing instructional objectives, developing criterion-referenced quizzes and tests, describing the dominant Kirkpatrick model of evaluation, choosing an instructional strategy then applying it, and creating engaging, supportive instructional programs.

The workshop is offered online, requiring no travel to training.

To enroll and learn more information (including session dates and times), click here. (Takes you to the STC website.)

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