Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer
What Does An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer Do?
An instructional designer may plan and develop resources related to the curriculum and how it will be delivered. They also provide training sessions to teachers to explain these resources.
How Do I Become An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer?
A master’s degree in curriculum and instruction or a related field is required to obtain this position. A master’s degree typically takes two-three years to earn after earning a four-year bachelor’s degree.
What is the Average Salary For An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer?
High – 100,000
Median – 62,000
Low – 35,000
What Courses Should I Take To Become An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer?
- Take as many college-prep courses as possible!
- English – As much as possible!
- Public Speaking
- Video Editing
What Is The Work Environment For An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer?
An instructional designer may work at any level within the educational system (elementary, middle, high school, or college) or for local governments. Kinga, the designer featured in the video, works for a technical college.
What Is The Future Outlook For An Instructional Designer/Faculty Trainer?
The job outlook for this position looks good over the next 10 years, keeping in mind that geographical differences may exist.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Explore Careers, Labour Market Information, Government of Canada