Since the last time I looked around for instructional design/elearning/online content qualifications I've noticed that dozens have sprung up.
Has anyone recently completed any? I'm toying with the idea of doing one (more so I've got something on paper, but there's always room to learn more!), but which one?
I work full-time, have a set of twins and - as most of you in here will recognise - these jobs aren't exactly brilliantly paid, so I've not got a wad of money or vast amounts of free time to study something intensive. So things like a Masters are out
I know my work is my reference, but it seems everyone around me is getting a seond degree or professional qualifications in their area of expertise. It's been a long time since I did any 'proper' studying - apart from some evening courses the last thing was my BA (Hons) - and I'm not saying how long ago that was! So, nervous about what to do.
Has anybody had experience of this new breed of qualifications? Or do you have an opinion that they've been developed too quick and don't yet have the substance...
Cheers, Lynn Scarlet