Current Competencies and Ethical Standards for IDT practitioners: I believe, soft skills and culture has an impact on Competencies and Ethics

The main purpose of this topic “Current Competencies and ethical standards for IDT Practitioners” is to provide an overview about the current competencies and ethical standards for Instructional Design and Technology practitioners by ibstpi (International Board of Standards for Training Performance Instruction). The key ideas we need to understand in this topic are the different roles as IDT practitioners as well as the main domains of ID competencies. In order to address the above topic, the authors provide information. The roles of an IDT practitioner has been divided into three – such as instructional designers, training managers and instructors and an additional role as performance technologist. The conceptual frame work of the competence is based on four domains such as professional foundations, planning and analysis, design and development and implementation. However, I believe soft skills and culture has a huge impact on competency and ethics on an individual and organizational level. In addition, there are three reasons that I believe that the argument of this topic is not completely sound. Continue reading Current Competencies and Ethical Standards for IDT practitioners: I believe, soft skills and culture has an impact on Competencies and Ethics