Training Development Services


Instructional Design Capabilities

DSA designer facilitating SMEs

When you have a project that must be completed in record time or that requires specialized skills, DSA’s project teams can provide a dedicated resource, a fresh perspective, a broad base of experience, and an innovative approach to your project.

10 great reasons to let DSA develop your training

  1. DSA uses a systematic approach focused on business results.
  2. Our development teams are tailored to your specialized project.
  3. DSA has an award-winning track record with over 800 projects completed.
  4. Our team delivers on time and within budget while maintaining positive client relations.
  5. DSA can respond quickly to start a project.
  6. Customer service and responsiveness is our keystone.
  7. DSA completes complex projects in record time.
  8. We teach the process, allowing us to clearly articulate needs and processes to the project team.
  9. We are a full-service company from needs assessment, to media production, to implementation.
  10. We practice a value-added approach through creative instructional designs.

DSA’s Expertise

Delivery Systems
  • Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous E-Learning Systems
  • Blended Learning Solutions
  • Structured On-the-Job Training (OJT)


Custom Project Experience
  • Strategic Initiative Training
  • Sales Training
  • Financial Analyst Training
  • Manufacturing Process Training
  • Finance for Managers Training
  • Product Life Cycle Training
  • Database Software Training
  • End-User Documentation
  • Software Systems Training
  • Procedures for Technical Support
  • Customer Service Training


Partial List of Clients

  • Apple Computer, Inc.
  • Bechtel Corporation
  • The Boeing Company
  • Caterpillar, Inc.
  • Citibank
  • HP
  • Sandia National Laboratory


Related Article: What can be done to organize ISD work in today’s fast-paced, cost-conscious environment, while still getting the outcomes and results desired? To get a taste of our approach, read Darryl Sink’s ISD: Faster, Better, Easier (PDF), published in ISPI’s Performance and Instruction Journal.