Examples of KSA’s for Training Positions
KSA

Positions in the ISD field require a variety of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA). Below are two examples of training positions and their requirements. Example 1: Instructional Coordinators Knowledge: Education and Training – Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training […]

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The Multiple Meanings of Job Titles in ISD
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Job hunters often use titles as quick descriptors, but in the field of ISD a job title may have more than one meaning. For example, the job title “trainer” could be listed under headings such as Education, Human Resources, or Technology. A “trainer” could be in the job description, but the position title could be […]

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eLearning Quality
Learning

When I tell people that I am a college professor, they usually ask me what I teach. When I tell them that I teach instructional design and e-learning development, I often get a puzzled look from them.

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The Top Reasons Trainers and Faculty Don’t Like eLearning

eLearning can be intimidating to many because it requires us to adapt and change to a new way of teaching and learning. Change is tough. We want progress, but not change. eLearning requires us to change. Change often arrives before growth.  While eLearning may be regarded as a positive change, others may dispute that. What […]

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The Instructional Design Mold to Autism Training
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This week’s blog entry, The Instructional Design Mold to Autism Training, was written by Vijayshree Rautela The instructional design formula, when correctly implemented, can make training for any type of target audience effective. It lays down a clear path for the instructional designer to follow right from analyzing and identifying the training need, determining what […]

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