Project Management in Education and Training

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Project Management in Education and Training

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Having a vast set of skills as an Instructional Designer is not enough to ensure that projects in Education and Training will have a happy ending. And that is why it is important as an Instructional Designer to develop skills in the area of Project Management in order to not only focus ID projects on learners, ID models, and instructional strategies, but also on budget, time, deadlines, people, and resources required to a successful project.

 

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ThaisG

I am an electronic engineer curious about the learning and development field. I think there are many opportunities out there to fully develop our potentials.

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Nina Dagre

January 10, 2017at 9:50 pm

Hi Thais,

It is so good to see you back on the ‘educational track’ and I will be following and reading your blog throughout your remaining courses.
Wish you all the best for the rest of your academic journey!

Nina Dagre

    ThaisG

    January 11, 2017at 6:28 pm

    Hi Nina!

    I’m finally back at work and with my studies 🙂 baby is doing well. He’s 7 months now.

    Did you finish the master? I hope to finish this year.

      Nina Dagre

      January 11, 2017at 8:02 pm

      Hi Thais,

      Glad to hear that everything is fine with your baby and your studies! 7 months old, huh? Wow! Time really flies! You should really enjoy your precious moments with him and your family!

      I finished with the program last month and got some time off to relax from studying and from work! Now, that the course is over I really have more time to focus on my work. However, the course has been really beneficial to my work so it was definitely worth it!
      The last couple of courses in our program are really demanding but very interesting. You will enjoy them!
      Always feel free to contact me if you need any help with the remaining of your courses. Will be following your blog during your remaining courses.

      You are almost there, to the finish line!

      Nina

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