Why take this program?
Ramp up your practical knowledge of instructional design and learn how to best incorporate it into your training and teaching methods. The Instructional Design for eLearning certificate program introduces the skills needed for building coursework for the web. The program provides information on cutting-edge technology, applications and techniques to enhance insight and knowledge of the instructional design landscape and builds the essential competencies to reflect current theory and practices. Instructional Design for eLearning is designed to build the talent pool of local instructional designers to meet the growing demand for this skill set as more educational content moves online.
How you’ll benefit
Instructional Design for eLearning is designed to:
Is this the right program for you?
Instructional Design for eLearning was developed for individuals seeking a higher level of instructional design knowledge. The coursework is suitable for individuals already working in the training and instructional design fields, including:
Instructional Design for eLearning consists of five courses totaling 91 hours of instruction and 9.1 continuing education units (CEUs). See prerequisite requirement under individual course descriptions.
Sacramento State Alumni Association Members
Current Alumni Association members are entitled to a 15 percent discount for courses in the Instructional Design for eLearning certificate program. To receive the discount, participants must indicate their alumni membership at the time of registration.
ASTD Association Members
American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) members may apply for a 10 percent discount. To receive the discount, participants must provide proof of ASTD membership at the time of registration.
Related programs and courses:
How to reach us
For more information contact a program representative at email@example.com or (916) 278-4433. Classes will fill up quickly. Be sure to register early so you are assured a space in the course.
Program Schedule Information
The Fall 2012 program will begin in late October 2012 and the complete schedule will be available in early September. If you would like more information, please call Babette Jimenez at (916) 278-6108 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .