- Inverness, GB
- £30 /hr
- Available now
I am a free-lance e-Learning consultant and instructional designer, expert in the theory and techniques of e-Learning design. I have successfully worked within all sizes of organizations,more...I am a free-lance e-Learning consultant and instructional designer, expert in the theory and techniques of e-Learning design. I have successfully worked within all sizes of organizations, from major multinationals, to small-to-medium sized enterprises and start-up companies. My professional interests include simulation development, game-based learning, and the design/validation of online multiple-choice assessments.
I am a good team worker and have extensive experience of working with both co-located and virtual teams. I am experienced in managing teams of designers, developers and contractors, through the e-Learning project lifecycle, from project definition to product delivery.
Skills and Expertise
• Learning Design Consulting including learning needs analysis and learning strategy development
• Client/SME management
• eLearning Project Management and Project Management Methods
• Instructional Design for CBT and Web-based training
• Application of adult learning theories to the development of e-learning solutions
• Design of multiple-choice question tests
Area Covered: Remote working preferred
Work Experience Summary: Free-lance Instructional Designer (February 2008 • present) Client: Department of Health. Lead Instructional Designer for the Acute Medicine Project
The Oil Spill Training Company (August 2006 • January 2008) Senior e-Learning Instructional Designer, Project Manager.
Atlas Interactive (August 2005 • August 2006) e-Learning Instructional Designer
IBM Business Consulting Services (August 2002 • July 2005) e-Learning Consultant/Senior Instructional Designer
Most Significant Achievement: July 2004 Winner of IBM Bravo award for innovation
PwC Management Consulting (July 1999 • August 2002) e-Learning Consultant/Senior Instructional Designer
Most Significant Achievement: Winner of the Society for Screen Based Learning, “Best Off-Line Multimedia” award in 2001.
Smallworldwide Plc (January 1998 • March 1999) CBT Designer
Most Significant Achievement: Sole developer of What’s New in Smallworld 3 (Included extensive use of Macromedia Extreme 3D to create 3D graphics and animations.)
University of Strathclyde (January 1993 • December 1997) Courseware Designer/Writer/Developer
Most Significant Achievement: Quercus (a Computer Assisted Learning tutorial for bio-statistics), and co-author of, Quercus: Statistics for Bioscientists (textbook) and Statistics for Business Studies
e-learning instructional designer