Why We Do What We Do
Large companies have teams of instructional designers working in learning & development. There's a reason for that. Good ones are highly effective at improving performance and efficiency while increasing morale and growth in the company.
A well-trained workforce is a happy and productive workforce.
Successful technology in your organization relies on successful training. That's especially true for managing change.
We give you the same technical training resources that big companies have.
Whether you need an expert instructional design consultant who's experienced with large technology training projects or want something a bit more specific, we've got your back.
We are master-level, degreed, experienced, and proven corporate instructional designers ready to help your technology project succeed with user-centered performance-first learning experiences.
We Specialize In Corporate Technical Training And
Who's Behind techstructional
Instructional Designer/Founder/Owner (in that order)
Nick worked in the IT Learning & Development department at DaVita for over a decade developing corporate technical training including new applications, updates, contextual help and more. SaaS as well as old-school applications.
For training his motto is to keep it performance-focused and KISS: Keep It Simple, Silly. He has a reputation for doing the work to get to the root of the problem and presenting the right solution that focuses on employee performance improvements.
Nick is the go-to problem-solver for the most difficult projects that need real, elegant, yet simple solutions that balances training, communications, and problem-solving.
Why else are we qualified?
Just in case you need a little more, we have endless reasons why we have the right experience to excel at any training project.
You can learn more about Nick's specific experience in IT and Learning & Development on his LinkedIn profile.
Nick worked over a decade in DaVita's IT Learning & Development department, a team that the entire company relies on as the expert in L&D and of course corporate technical training.
On contract, Nick worked on a few Artisan eLearning projects for translations and more including their award-winning JLG training.