Attention professional trainers, educators and curriculum developers! Join us to learn how to adapt and develop curriculum for effective online learning. Doing so can advance your career and improve your earning potential.
Demand for online training is exploding, and professionals with instructional design skills for creating virtual professional development opportunities will have the competitive edge. The Maryland job market for Instructional Coordinators is expected to grow by 7 percent by 2027, with a current average salary of approximately $67,000 per year.
Source: Emsi 2018.4
Gain the knowledge and skills required for systematically planning and adapting technology-rich instructional design based on learner needs, content requirements and outcomes via this noncredit program.
CTU-344 Developing and Deploying E-learning Instructional Design
*This continuing education certificate is eligible for the Continuing Education Job Training Scholarship
$1,289 for Anne Arundel County residents, including tuition and fees
Students must be at least 16 years old, and to be successful, should have curriculum design experience.
Register online, in person, by fax, or mail. Use certificate code CE.E-LEARN-DSGN