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Certificate in Instructional Design for Global eLearning

The 18-credit Advanced Certificate in Instructional Design for Global eLearning program gives trainers

  • the knowledge and skills needed for 21st-century corporate, non-profit, and government sectors.
  • the ability to effectively develop programs that help employees enhance their skills, productivity, and quality of work.
  • the capability to meet the challenge of the rapid pace of organizational and technological change, and satisfy the demands of global workforce training.

The program is designed to help novice trainers develop their knowledge and skills in adult learning theories, cross-cultural training skills and strategies, instructional design principles, and global training techniques. It prepares candidates to work in different capacities, such as trainers, instructional designers, training material developers, and in a variety of delivery modes, including face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments.

The Instructional Design for Global eLearning Certificate program uses multiple delivery modes and each course utilizes research-based practices and applications for effective training techniques and strategies.

The 18-credit certificate may be combined with the Advanced Certificate in Emerging Technologies for Trainers to fulfill the Master of Science in Instructional Technology Trainer program requirements.

Program of Study (18 credits): Curriculum (NYIT Catalog)

 
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