If you're trying to become an instructional designer now (or within the next few months), you’re probably feeling the stress and pressures of the job market.
Sean Anderson was feeling burnt out from teaching, and I encouraged him to pursue instructional design.
He was excited about the idea from the beginning, but he describes the career transition as a leap of faith.
He pushed through the fear, anxiety, and uncertainty, and several months later, he landed multiple offers and accepted his top-choice instructional design role.
He'll tell us how he was able to transition into instructional design so quickly, share some actionable tips that will help you do the same, and answer your top questions about taking the leap.
We'd like to help you take the leap to instructional design confidently and land that first role, so follow along with this Q&A session to learn more!