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Trending Now: Certification in
E-Learning Instructional Design

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics strong job growth is projected in the E-Learning Instructional Design field, with the overall number of jobs for instructional designers expected to grow 23% from 2008-2018, as more schools and businesses turn to online learning.

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Employers are looking for instructional designers and trainers who have the most practical, hands-on experience along with a proven track record of creating successful curriculum for learning. When you enroll in the E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate program you can immediately start putting theory into practice and you'll create an actual portfolio of online curriculum.

Learn at Your Convenience

UC Irvine's certificate program is designed for working professionals who have an interest in improving the efficiency and positive impact of educational instruction. The entire program can be taken online, anywhere, anytime and all you need is a computer and an internet connection to get started. You will feel confident knowing our curriculum carries the seal of approval from the University of California.

What You'll Learn

  • Enhance your web-based instruction with rich media content using the latest technology such as: audio, video, PDF documents, Java Applets, Javascript, feedback forms, social media, etc.
  • Best practices for engaging people through activities in a live, online environment.
  • Learn how to use different online delivery platforms focusing on the asynchronous and synchronous environments.
  • Receive proven strategies for designing online instruction and web-based training to match today's business and educational needs.
  • Capstone Course - Develop a simulated online course for your portfolio. A good portfolio is a better way to show your skills than a line on your resume.