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Mohammad  Hassam

Hi Daniela, 

Hope you are well today, 

ATD offers online certification on Instructional design, and they are good. I completed one and now going for advance level. Their certificate is highly recognized in US, don't know if they offer Canadian based certification. However, I suggest if you have a look.

About course:

The expansion of instructional design capabilities has some designers, new and old, drowning in a sea of alluring possibilities. Don't get left behind! Go beyond the basic transmission of information to learners, and discover how to design e-learning events that achieve behavioral change and targeted performance levels.

Click  here to see the link.

Hope it helps!

Mohammad Hassam

Ashley Chiasson

Kelly - nice to see others here from Halifax; I'm interested in starting an Articulate User Group for Halifax, so let me know if you'd be interested :)

Daniela - I agree on the ATD and CSTD programs (and also with St. FX, but the on-campus element is definitely a hinderance). Royal Roads has a program (http://www.royalroads.ca/prospective-students/graduate-certificate-instructional-design) and so does Mt. Royal (https://www.mtroyal.ca/ProgramsCourses/ContinuingEducation/teach/curriculum/).