For those newer to L&D or who have never done a formal L&D qualification, this is a 12 month programme focused on building your practical, tactical L&D skills and experience.
Learning & Development qualifications are few and far betwen in New Zealand. We don’t feel that there is a pracitcal qualification that covers modern learning design and delivery.
Our Certificate in Learning & Development is an 12 -
The Certificate covers key aspects of learning and development including:
Understanding learning roles, principles and models
Instructional design foundations and designing learning materials
Running Training Needs and building a Learning Programme and strategy
Learning measurement and management
Enggaing your managers with your learninginitiatives
Building a learning culture in your business and being an L&D leader
Who should attend?
You’ll benefit most from the Certificate in Learning & Development if you are in a role which has some responsibility for organising, designing or running training programmes.
You may be:
In an Office Manager/PA role but with L&D responsibilities
Working as an HR Administrator, Coordinator or HR Advisor but responsible for learning.
Be in a Learning Advisor or Learning Consultant role and want a practical qualification that will prepare you to continue your learning career.
What will you finish with?
The Certificate in Learning & Development is different from tertiary study as you need to be working in a role where you can apply what you’re learning, rather than covering theory. You’ll work through case studies and review real situations so that you can apply your knowledge and get as much on the job experience as you can. Once you’ve completed your final assessment you will be awarded your certificate.
Certificate in Learning and Development
Apply for a place
The programme investment is AUD$1,750, NZ$1,950, UK£995 or US$1,295. This includes:
You will need to complete the on-
Intakes are for March and September each year.
Auckland | London | San Francisco
Introduction to Learning
Understanding the different Learning and Development roles and roles and discussing the challenges that can face you in your career.
Designing Learning Materials
Tools and techniques to make your slides, workbooks, handouts and online materials effective and look amazing.
Different ways you can conduct a Training Needs Analysis, frameworks for developing a strategy and how to present it to your Leaders.
Understanding learning styles, tools and techniques to design different types of learning activities.
Many organisations are struggling with breaking down silos and trying to create collaboration across the business. Knowing how to understand team dynamics and catalyse is an important skill for any OD professional.
These modules must be completed. You can then also choose 4 of the optional modules to make your full Certificate programme.
Managing an existing learning programme has a range of skills attached. This module covers all aspects of learning management.
This module takes you through using specific change tools so you are fully prepared to drive change in your business.
One of the key areas many L&D and OD professionals are responsible for is building leadership capability accross an organisation, and often at different leadership levels.
OD Models and Tools
There are a number of organisational development models and tools that are useful for L&D professionals to know.
This module covers understanding and using the principles and models of performance coaching in your L&D programmes.
Developing and using Competencies
This module covers different approaches to using competencies in your business.
Over the last few years at the HR Game Changer Conference we have explored and discussed what the amazing companies are doing to transform culture and work practises.
Building a Learning Culture
You can have the best learning programmes in place but may still find L&D have to drive learning. Building a Learning Culture changes that.
Engaging your Business
The tools and techniques you can use to get your message accross and create engaement. It can make or break the success of your roll out.
Part of OD and L&D professionals remit is to understand the science and psychology behind psychometric testing, and then being able to assess which psychometric testing and tools will work in different areas of your business.