I would also recommend the More Than Instructional Design course run by Neil Lasher. I sent a couple of guys on this around 2 years ago and they were so impressed that we got Neil in to deliver it to the whole team and we are still sending people on it as and when we replace people.
There is a lot of information here and as long as you attend with the view of gaining lots of knowledge but using this where it fits your business then I think you would get a lot out of this. What we didn't want to do is come back with a new set of Instructional Design rules. A lot of the material is actually common sense but you would need to attend the course to realise this.
Through experience, I searched for something similar a couple of years ago and there seems to be a lack of courses of this nature so good luck.
Hope this helps.
From an elearning perspective you might want to have a conversation with Cathy Moore (cathy-moore.com). Cathy provides a number of learning services aimed at developing high-quality, visually-engaging elearning.
I hope this helps
I can certainly recommend Rob Hubbard's rapid elearning design programme when you get to the point of creating elearning content.
It's an excellent starting point for those IDs who are making the transition from face-to-face to elearning and the approach that he uses to deliver the programme is a great example of blended learning.
Good luck in your hunting...
Would anyone know of anything like this online?
Netskills do a one day intro to ID, my colleagues and I enjoyed it.
For more details: http://www.netskills.ac.uk/content/products/workshops/event/lmu-jun...
For reading up on the basics, this seems to cover it: http://instructionaldesign.gordoncomputer.com/index.html
Cathy Moore's stuff is really interesting: http://blog.cathy-moore.com/
And not specifically set up for ID but the Rapid eLearning Blog has lots of good ideas for creating e-learning resources: http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/
The Publishing Training Centre offer a one-day course. I've not been on this one but I've been very happy with other courses I've attended there. Worth a look.