Training Professionals Should Never Learn to Code

That's only one side of the story. The other side is that everyone in our industry should, at the very least, understand code. And like all great conversations there are many many variations in between. So where do you stand on the topic? I find that most people land somewhere in the middle...but of course it depends.

As with all conversations in our industry, we should start by defining who we are talking about because we are a very big tent of professionals. I can't imagine being a training developer and NOT understanding at least a little bit of code. I know there are people who consider themselves to be strictly instructional designers, and team up with developers to get projects done. And of course there are those who work in L&D as training managers, CLOs, etc. Should all of these job roles require an understanding of code?

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