- 16 Mar 2012
Using existing Instructional Design theory to refresh and make consistent existing course content for Maritime Health & Safety. Create new content that does not currently exist. To oversee and assist, where necessary, with the development and creation of such content. To advise others on instructional design theory in relation to production their own learning materials. This is not an eLearning position and is purely based on printable resource.
1. To develop engaging and exciting classroom-based, instructor-led, courseware to include course overview and aims, standardised lesson plans, lesson content and supporting materials (ie handouts/learner guides etc), an Assessment Plan and materials and Detailed Trainer Guides.
2. To work in collaboration with Subject Matter Experts.
3. To oversee and provide creative direction to the content developer.
4. To assist with the content development where necessary.
5. To act as the primary client contact - building relationships with key clients and potential clients/influencers.
6. Estimating and proposing on scope of design and development tasks for the purpose of project planning and prioritisation where required.
7. To communicate regularly with the Project Manager and Account Manager on project status and raise any concerns or issues immediately.
1. Substantial experience as an instructional designer who has a demonstrable track record of aligning the training need with dynamic training delivery solutions.
2. To have a thorough understanding of the principles of instructional design with graphic applications skills.
3. To be highly motivated and focused, with a drive to succeed.
4. To be passionate about the content that is created.
5. In depth knowledge of Word, Powerpoint, Publisher, Photoshop and other desk top publishing and enhancement tools.
6. Knowledge of Web and elearning technology (such as creating SCORM compliant data) for future requirements.
7. To be able to absorb large quantities of technical information and put this into a logical narrative structure.
8. Ability to adapt to existing styles and standards as appropriate.
9. To be able to explain complex concepts and procedures in a concise and straightforward way using visual metaphors, stories and/or avatar characters where appropriate.
10. Good presentational style.
11. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
12. Excellent people skills.
13. To have an instinctive approach to continuous improvement.
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