Digital Learning Design Programme

Development Programme
Duration: 5 days   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

Gain an in‐depth understanding of all aspects of the creation of digital learning content, including how to effectively analyse the learning need, work with internal stakeholders and external suppliers, as well as the design and development of the digital learning content itself.

The Digital Learning Design programme is designed and developed by some of the UK’s leading learning and development specialists.


 

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Dates and Availability

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14 September 2020
Duration: 5 days
London Spaces available
£2,300.00
+ VAT
£2,070.00 + VAT

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We're experiencing continuous change in the way we learn and consume information with traditional media becoming fast outdated and digital approaches becoming more effective and inclusive.

The Digital Learning Design programme from CIPD Training will give you both the competence and confidence to create your own engaging digital learning content.

Regardless of your organisation’s learning strategy, digital learning content, in all its forms – including web pages, videos, animations, podcasts, PDFs, quizzes, slides and interactive scenarios to name a few will continue to play an ever-increasing role. In the classroom, on the job, on the move or at home.


The workshop duration is five-days with an optional digital learning design project that must be submitted 8 weeks after the workshop. This will be reviewed by the facilitator.

Please note it is your responsibility to attend all elements of the programme. There are no refunds, discounts or transfers available for non-attendance or submissions.


Who is it for

This programme is designed for anyone who wants to develop their skills and confidence in designing and developing effective digital learning content.

This course is recommended for:

  • Experienced learning and development professionals looking to enhance their digital skills
  • People who have recently joined learning and development
  • Digital content developers looking to increase their knowledge of learning design and learn best practices
  • Subject experts who are responsible for creating learning content
  • People who don’t develop digital content themselves, but who manage people that do
  • People who want to better manage their relationship with external suppliers by gaining a deeper understanding of how digital learning content is developed
  • Anyone who is considering digital learning content at a strategic level may benefit from the increased understanding this workshop delivers. However, it is important to note that it does not explicitly consider the strategic implications associated with digital learning content. 

Please note: This course is not suitable for someone who specifically want to develop depth of knowledge in the functionality of a specific tool.

 

Benefits

By the end of the course you'll be able to:

  • Question a project sponsor to determine the learning requirements, the characteristics of the target population and the logistical constraints
  • Given this information, determine whether digital learning content will add value, the form(s) that this content should take, and the skills, tools, time and budget required to design and develop the content
  • Develop a clear, logical and concise proposal to the project sponsor outlining all of the above
  • Establish a design and development process that will deliver the content to the required standard within the budget and timeframe, ensuring adequate provision for inevitable changes in the light of new information, shifting business needs, developing ideas and learner feedback
  • Work with specialists to determine the technical content that needs to be covered, but without surrendering the initiative in terms of the design and always with the needs of the learner in mind
  • Given an approved proposal for digital learning content, and in consultation with other specialists where necessary, develop a design for the content that clearly describes the end product and provides other information needed by the project sponsor and other stakeholders to progress with the development of the content
  • Write clearly and concisely for the screen and for voice
  • Create or source suitable imagery (photos, illustrations, diagrams, charts) and perform whatever simple edits are required to suit the intended purpose
  • Describe the conditions necessary for high quality audio and video recording and post-production
  • Within the constraints of the course environment, record audio and video and perform simple edits
  • Effectively combine text, images and other media elements to create slide shows, animations, software demos, web pages and PDFs that conform to established design principles
  • Effectively integrate interactivity into multimedia materials in order to design tutorials and scenarios that conform to established design principles and deliver on their learning objectives
  • Write test items that validly and reliably test the achievement of specific learning objectives

 

Programme

This course will cover:

Day 1

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Analysing learning needs
  • Practical assignment 1 – visual design
  • General principles of visual design

Day 2

  • Writing for the screen and for voice
  • Practical assignment 2 – create a web article or PDF
  • Recording and editing audio
  • Practical assignment 3 – create a podcast
  • Creating animated videos
  • Practical assignment 4 – create an animated video

Day 3

  • Working with subject experts and other stakeholders
  • Finalise practical assignment 4
  • Shooting and editing video
  • Practical assignment 5 – create a video (planning)

Day 4

  • The design and development process
  • Continue working on practical assignment 5 – create a video
  • Quizzes and questioning
  • Designing and building interactive content
  • Practical assignment 6 – create an interactive scenario or tutorial (planning)

Day 5

  • Documenting design
  • Complete practical assignments 5 and 6 (video and interactive content)
  • Review practical assignments 5 and 6
  • Close

 

Please note: learners will need to bring their own laptops and will need access to basic tools, i.e. a recent version of Microsoft Office, free or open source audio, video and picture editors (unless, of course, they own professional tools). A list of recommended tools will be provided on enrolment in the joining instructions.

 

Special features

First-class tutors

The Digital Learning Design programme was written, developed and is delivered by one of the UK’s leading learning and development specialists.

A real workshop

You will not be spend all your time exploring theory. This programme is highly practical to ensure you gain the confidence you need to further your learning independently.

Network with like-minded professionals from diverse backgrounds

This programme provides you with a unique opportunity to meet and share your experiences with like-minded professionals from a variety of organisations, helping you to develop ideas and solutions that you can use back at work.

Be inspired and enhance learning

Your learning will be enhanced through presentations and in-depth discussions, along with demonstrations of the skills and tools you’ll need. 

Practical and applicable

For your learning to work, it has to be relevant to your workplace. That’s why our programmes focus on providing you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to apply your learning back at work straight away. You’ll explore your own needs and issues, as well as share experiences, challenges and insights with other participants and your specialist tutor.

Course Tutors

Mr Barry Sampson

Barry is a consultant, trainer and facilitator, helping individuals and organisations to make better choices about how they design and deliver learning ‐ particularly if it involves technology. His work focusses on creating effective and efficient content to support learning, communication and performance in the workplace – and building the capability of others to do the same.


Key skills and experience


  • Designs and delivers capability building training for those wishing to use digital content tools of all kinds.
  • Designs and develops modern digital learning content for organisations in the commercial, public and charity sector.
  • Experience in senior L&D roles in major UK companies.


Recent projects and achievements


  • Designed and developed a suite of induction learning content for all staff in a global NGO.
  • Created engaging and challenging content to support diversity and safeguarding in a major UK company
  • Developed the digital learning strategy for one of the UK’s fastest growing insurance Companies.

Run this programme in-house

Got a question?

Speak to one of our highly knowledgeable course advisers on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.

 

 

People who have been on this course say

Well-structured programme with support provided throughout. Katy