As an instructional designer, I have the expertise to design and develop effective training programs that meet the needs of learners and organizations. I have a deep understanding of learning theories, instructional strategies, and best practices in designing and delivering training programs.
I create customized training solutions that are tailored to the needs of your organization and its employees. This means that the training programs I design will be more relevant and effective, leading to better performance and results.
I help organizations save money by designing training programs that are more cost-effective. By using technology and innovative approaches, we can create training programs that are more efficient and engaging, reducing the need for costly in-person training sessions.
By designing training programs that are engaging and interactive, I help improve employee engagement and motivation. This can lead to better job satisfaction, increased productivity, and higher retention rates.
As an instructional designer, I am focused on continuous improvement. I am always looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of training programs and to incorporate new technologies and approaches. This means that my training programs will always be up-to-date and relevant, keeping pace with the changing needs of you organization and its employees.
One of my past managers once said that having me around was like having a Porche in the driveway with the engine running - all you need to do is tell me where you want to go. A good listener and quick learner, I love to perform research and make data-driven decisions. I work well with subject matter experts and have the ability to learn complex concepts and break them down into effective instruction. I also have a strong background in technology and creative design. Let's talk about your vision, and I'll bring that vision to life.
According to a report by Global Market Insights, the eLearning market size is projected to reach $375 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of over 8% from 2020 to 2026.
A survey by Docebo found that 68% of employees prefer to learn at work, and 58% of employees believe that they would be more motivated if their employer offered more opportunities for learning.
According to a study by IBM, participants learned nearly five times more material in online learning courses using multimedia content than in traditional face-to-face courses.
The eLearning Industry reports that eLearning increases retention rates by 25% to 60%, compared to retention rates of 8% to 10% in traditional classroom settings.
According to the Brandon Hall Group's Learning and Development Benchmarking Study, 73% of companies surveyed use eLearning as their primary training and development tool.