Different instructional designer levels?
Hi. I'd like some info. This is related to knowledge of e-authoring tools so I think this is OK to post here.
I'm having difficulty finding information about this online and am wondering if any instructional designers can provide me with additional info that would be helpful?
What is typically the difference between the knowledge/experience levels you have to have as an Instructional Designer I, II, and III position (and is Senior Designer the level after that?) I am trying to determine where I fall on that scale. I realize this is probably subjective, but what are your best thoughts?
Also, all the ID jobs I've had have been skills I've had to take classes for or self-learn and create on my own. I haven't been part of an ID team. What are the different roles on an ID team and how do these teams function together to create trainings?
Thanks for your help and insights.