Instructional Design Templates
Instructional Design Central (IDC) offers one of the largest instructional design template libraries with thousands of downloads worldwide each year. Our professional grade instructional design templates are carefully crafted to help any learning related professional to rapidly design, develop, and deliver brilliant courses and learning experiences. The instructional design templates are robust, elegant, easy to use, and aligned with the proven industry standards. All of our templates are fully customizable, and available in a Microsoft Word (.docx) or Power Point (.pptx) format. They are available for immediate digital download upon purchase. All template licenses are unlimited and can be shared with team members and clients.
Instructional Design Central (IDC) Template Library
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eLearning Evaluation ToolRegular Price$25.00Sale Price$20.00
Needs AnalysisRegular Price$10.00Sale Price$2.50
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The Learning Design Canvas™Price$5.00
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ADDIE TemplateRegular Price$30.00Sale Price$18.00
The Learning Circle Framework™ KitRegular Price$30.00Sale Price$18.00
Training Plan TemplatePrice$10.00
Project Plan TemplateRegular Price$10.00Sale Price$5.00
Course Roadmap TemplatePrice$10.00
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LMS Evaluation ToolRegular Price$25.00Sale Price$20.00
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Complete IDC Template KitRegular Price$120.00Sale Price$84.00
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"The instructional design templates very clearly guide you through the design process, from performing a needs analysis to evaluating program effectiveness. They are an asset to any organization that needs to create training!"
Sabrina / Instructional Designer
"A very useful tool in my instructional design toolbox."
Vincent / Instructional Designer
"These templates are awesome! They give me a great starting point and help me cover all the different points of instructional design. Highly recommend them."
Jeff / eLearning Development Manager