I attended this course in Columbus Ohio my trainer was Linda Pierce she was phenomenal! The course itself is excellent for anyone who is new to training or has been training for a number of years. You will take away something new and fresh and if you are possibly feeling burned out this course is for you! Be prepared to participate.
September 13, 2013
Charlaine L. Learning Consultant at Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Montreal, Canada Area
In 2011, my manager requested this training on site for our team. Each of us had various levels of experience, which we mostly obtained through trial and error, reading books and websites, and attending workshops. This training, delivered by Alan Magnan, brought the whole team together: we now work better together because we have common vocabulary. As a result, our products are more sound, more engaging and more efficient as a whole.
This was a fantastic course! It was also a very interactive course where we got to practice all of the techniques that were covered for the adult Learning Strategy. I definitely feel more confident as an instructor after taking this course & I highly recommend that all new instructors take this course!
July 31, 2013
Andrea P. Technical Writer at Siemens Industry, Inc.
Greater Atlanta Area
The Certified Instructional Designer Developer course completely changed the value I bring to not only the company but myself. The Langevin process and Melissa Grey Satterfield literally changed the way we approach curriculum development in our training organization. We are implementing Langevin processes into our way of working. The real validation comes when passing the process along to SMEs and they use it!
Great course for those who are new to being an instructor. This course gives you the tools needed to be a good instructor from the start. This course is quality; going into it I had my doubts knowing how I was when speaking to a group, but after the class I'm undoubtedly better at speaking in front of the class and dealing with issues that arise and now have better execution of the courseware I'm presenting.
The training, Certified Instructional Designer/Developer, by Langevin Learning Services, provided me all the tools I needed in just 5 days. Marsha Weisleder was a great instructor who provided solid instruction with a personal touch. This course solidified the foundation I was looking for to begin a new career in Design/Development. I use the reference material provided on a regular basis and carry it with me in my travels. Well done Langevin quality material with quality instructors.
March 18, 2013
Christine A. Pharmacologist & Independent Medical Communications Consultant. Instructional designer. www.christinealbino.com
Montreal, Canada Area
The training, Certified Instructional Designer/Developer, by Langevin Learning Services, provided me all the tools I needed in just 5 days. Marsha was a great instructor. This training was well-designed to help us learn and assimilate the most important concepts in ISD. The reference materials provided are a plus! In addition, it was a great opportunity to meet other instructional designers and training managers from different fields and learn from each other's experiences.
March 16, 2013
Jeff D. Learning and Organizational Development Consultant
Toronto, Canada Area
Excellent program, and I highly recommend it for anyone looking to refresh or advance their ID skill set.
March 14, 2013
Nicole H. Operations Manager Assistant at ServiceMaster of Brampton
Toronto, Canada Area
This is a great, quick course that helps to simply assessing training needs. As always, Langevin's support material and workshop delivery are top-notch. Langevin really talks-the-talk and walks-the-walk!
May 15, 2012
Emilie B. Administrative Assistant at Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Ottawa, Canada Area
This workshop came highly recommended to me by my cousin, and I couldn't have asked for better. Alan Magnan, our instructor, kept things upbeat, interesting, engaging and fun! He had an excellent grasp of the material, and the course design made it easy to understand and follow, all the while leaving the participants feeling empowered. The hands-on activities were pivotal to grasping key concepts, and learning how to apply them in an instructional design setting. Thanks Langevin, thanks Alan!