In my current position as an Instructional Designer, I create computer-based training (CBT) and instructor-led training for the U.S. Military and various international military groups, such as the Iraqi Navy. My position allows me to either work in a group with myself and other instructional designers, or as a lead in creating a training course with a group of multimedia designers. I have been in this position for almost 5 years now and have completed over seven CBTs and one instructor led course. My courses are typically of subject matter I do not have experience with, such as engineering or biological detection. When it came to my score in the task behaviors of the style questionnaire, I scored in the moderately low range. I did expect this, as I do not have much... [continues]
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