This qualification provides an in-depth understanding of a range of concepts relating to the role of L&D within organisations. It also helps you develop the skills that will increase your personal success and also increase your impact within the organisation (or with clients). It will give you a depth of knowledge and expertise that will enable you to develop specialist skills. The course emphasises the practical application of the organisational learning theory, with students undertaking an action learning project in their own or another organisation.The course is designing for Learning and Development Managers and Heads of Training who have the overall responsibility for training assessment, design and output within an organisation.
Completion will provide entry into the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning as a full Member.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- analyse the existing learning and knowledge context for their own organisation;
- formulate strategies to develop and improve the organisational learning in their workplace; and
- harness organisational and individual knowledge to achieve strategic goals.
This qualification will give the learner a depth of knowledge and expertise that will enable them to develop specialist skills.
The core areas of study include:
- Organisational Learning Frameworks
- Integrated Model for Organisational Learning
- Knowledge Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Change Strategies
- Organisational Culture
- Self-Directed Learning
- Action Learning
- Informal Learning – Learning and Development Strategy
- Collaborative Learning Cycle
- Facilitation of Learning
- Organisational Design
- Developing Key Groups
There are no specific entry requirements
£2350 + VAT
Your fee includes:
- Registration and Certification
- Comprehensive course notes and supplementary learning resources
- Marking & moderation
- First year Membership of the Institute
Full-time: two-day teaching block (including assessment)
Please enquire about blended and or distance learning for this course if this is something you’re interested in completing.
The course is assessed through practical engagement, including, facilitation of learning in groups, feedback, and a written assignment. In order to qualify for the award the participant must:
- Fully attend and complete this course
- Maintain a reflective learning journal that has been assessed as satisfactory by the lead tutor
- Demonstrate training skills during the programme that have been assessed as satisfactory by the lead tutor. These will include carrying out a facilitated group learning process involving activities and the giving of feedback; identifying individual learning needs for a given individual and facilitating their learning through demonstration and one-to-one instruction
- Deliver an interactive presentation to the group
- Complete a written assignment relating to the programme. The precise nature of the assignment and the criteria for assessment are to be determined by the group with appropriate guidance by the tutor. Initial assessment and feedback will be undertaken by the group, led by the tutor, with final marking by the tutor.