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Instructional design is using technology to create educational materials to teach customers, clients, students, and even stakeholders. Instructional designers are pedagogical specialists (people informed on theory and practice of learning, and how this process influences, and is influenced by people) who use industry-leading methodologies to analyze learning needs, define objectives, and create a plan for delivering the content in a way that best meets the needs of the learners. 

Instructional designers work in a variety of academic, nonprofit, and commercial settings. They might work with faculty members to create online versions of college courses, or they may consult with Fortune-500 companies to develop employee training materials. 

IDs create online, face-to-face, and hybrid learning experiences by employing adult learning theories, brain research, psychology, graphic design principles, and more.


  • Help participants land an instructional designer role

  • Learn the process of developing online, face-to-face, and  hybrid learning experience, tools for instructional design, and resume tips


1) Free interview prep guide for ID roles 2) Free Instructional Design career path guide 3) Instructional Design Certificate upon completion of workshop 4) A comprehensive list of roles and companies that are looking for entry to mid level ID professionals  5) Access to community classroom for one year with instructor  6) Completion of an ID project and portfolio to start marketing your expertise right away 7) Hands on training in leading ID software including Articulate 360, Camtasia, and Canva 8) Beginners guidebook on how to use Canva


Entry Level Roles | Career Transition for Social Service and Administrative Professionals

Our instructional design entry-level course is PERFECT for those looking to transition into instructional design roles. This includes individuals with backgrounds in education, human resources, and social services. Our course will help you leverage the skills and knowledge you already have and apply them to instructional design.

Some examples of transferable skills:

Here are some examples of transferable skills that our audience can bring to instructional design: 1) Education background: Understanding of learning principles, pedagogy, and curriculum development. 2) Human resources background: Experience in training and development, performance management, and employee engagement. 3) Social services background: Knowledge of community education and outreach, program evaluation, and resource management. By taking our instructional design course, you will gain the knowledge and skills needed to apply your transferable skills to instructional design. You will be able to design effective training initiatives that meet the needs of learners in a variety of industries. Enroll in our course today and take the first step towards transitioning into an instructional design role!

Career Advancement for Mid Career Roles

Are you in a leadership or project management role looking to advance your career? Or maybe you're a mid-career professional looking to develop new skills and take on new challenges? Our course is perfect for you! Our instructional design course will teach you the essential methodologies and skills needed to design and develop effective training initiatives. Our expert instructors will guide you through the course material step-by-step, ensuring that you have a thorough understanding of each concept before moving on to the next.

You will:

1) Learn essential instructional design methodologies and skills to design and develop effective training initiatives. 2) Expert instructors guide you through the course material step-by-step, ensuring thorough understanding of each concept before moving on. 3) Tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals in leadership, project management, and mid-career level roles. 4) Learn how to identify learning objectives, create engaging content, and evaluate the effectiveness of your training initiatives. 5) Gain skills and knowledge to make you a more competitive candidate for future career opportunities. 6) Apply your newfound expertise in instructional design to a variety of industries. 7) Perfect for advancing your career, taking on new challenges, or developing new skills. 8) Enroll in our instructional design entry-level course today and gain the skills and knowledge you need to become an expert in instructional design!


Tandiwe Vaughn is a Senior Instructional Designer and a business owner of TandiTech, LLC, specializing in software training and DEIA (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility) eLearning development.

As a former Educator of 15 years, she has served in various roles, such as a classroom teacher, professional development facilitator, ESC-2 consultant and grant projector director, school district instructional design and technology Specialist, and a nonprofit curriculum specialist.


Also, she has a background in Social Services, serving as a social services case manager and field practice trainer for new hire employees.

In her spare time, she loves spending time with her husband and daughters, lounging on the beach and trying new cuisines.

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