This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply highly specialised knowledge and skills in the field of organisational learning and capability development. Individuals in these roles generate and evaluate complex ideas. They also initiate, design and execute major learning and development functions within an organisation. Typically, they would have full responsibility and accountability for the personal output and work of others.
This qualification may apply to leaders and managers in an organisation where learning is used to build organisational capability. The job roles that relate to this qualification may also include RTO Manager and RTO Director.
Students who successfully complete this course may progress onto a Master of Business Administration or related course.
Successful completion of this qualification may provide access to roles that include leaders and managers in an organisation where learning is used to build organisational capability. Also, job roles that relate to this qualification may also include RTO Manager and RTO Director. Successfully completing this course does not guarantee a graduate will secure a relevant job.
Upon successful completion of 8 units of competency, the participant will be issued a Nationally Recognised BSB80120 Graduate Diploma of Management (Learning). Where a participant successfully completes some but not all of the units of competency in the course, they will be issued a Statement of Attainment indicating the units they have successfully completed.
Students are required to complete 8 units comprising 3 core and 5 elective units.
|BSBHRM613||Contribute to the development of learning and development strategies|
|BSBLDR811||Lead strategic transformation|
|TAELED803||Implement improved learning practice|
|BSBSTR801||Lead innovative thinking and practice|
|BSBFIN801||Lead financial strategy development|
|BSBHRM611||Contribute to organisational performance development|
|BSBINS603||Initiate and lead applied research|
|BSBSTR802||Lead strategic planning processes for an organisation|
Assessment methods used include knowledge questions, reports, research activities and practical demonstrations/ observations. Methods also include simulated workplace environments whereby workplace environments and conditions are simulated and student student’s complete tasks to workplace standards.
The course is delivered via face-to-face training and independent study. The following techniques are employed during face-to-face delivery depending on the subject matter: trainer demonstrations, power point presentations, individual tasks, research, role plays, practical demonstrations and group work. The context of the simulated workplace environment will be incorporated into delivery methodologies and students’ complete tasks to workplace standards.
Students also undertake independent study and assessment activities in addition to scheduled classes. Examples of activities include undertaking homework set by trainers, research, reading, practicing applying knowledge and skills learnt in class, and preparing for and undertaking out of class assessment tasks.
Recognition of Prior Learning is the process of formal recognition for skills and knowledge gained through previous learning. You may be eligible for recognition of prior learning for part or all of your intended course, based on your previous experiences and learning.
You may be eligible for a credit transfer if you have previously undertaken training through an Australian Registered Training Organisation. Students who have successfully completed whole units of competency with an Australian Registered Training Organisation that are identical to any of those contained within this course can apply for Credit Transfer.
Students must be over 18 years of age at the time of course commencement. Students must secure an appropriate visa that allows them to study in an Australian Registered Training organisation prior to course commencement.
Intakes throughout the year. Contact the Institute for details.
To gain entry to this course, students must have successfully completed Diploma or Advanced Diploma in their home country or in Australia.
Applicants for this qualification must have a minimum English language proficiency of IELTS 6.0 (overall band) or an equivalent exam result recognised by the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
Students must supply their own laptop with Microsoft Office software e.g. Office 365 Personal that includes Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, & Publisher. Institute will confirm the software requirements with each student pre-enrolment.
To ensure applicants are placed in a suitable course with an appropriate training and assessment strategy, we review applicants existing knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications. You will be asked to complete this Pre Training Review form during the enrolment process by providing details of your existing knowledge, skills, experience and qualifications that are relevant to the course being applied for. Gippsland Institute of Technology will then review this information and respond to you with the outcome of the review.
Students who successfully complete this course may progress onto a Bachelor of Leadership or Management or a Graduate Diploma in Management.
Successful completion of this qualification may provide access to roles that require individuals to apply specialised knowledge and skills, together with experience in leadership and management, across a range of enterprise and industry contexts. Roles will have accountability for personal and team outcomes within broad parameters.
Total duration: 52 weeks including holidays. This includes 44 weeks of term time and 8 weeks’ holidays. Term time consists of four 11 week terms. Holiday periods include three 2 week term and one 2 week Xmas break.
During term time students attend scheduled face to face classes for 16 hours per week. Face to face classes are scheduled during the day or night or mixture of both. Day time classes are 8 hours and night classes are 4 hours in duration. Day classes operate from 8.30am to 5.30pm and night classes 6.00 to 10.00pm.
Students will be required to undertake additional independent study and assessment activities completed outside of the classroom for approximately 10 hours per week. Independent study is a mandatory part of the course. Students also have the option of attending a supervised study session for 4 hours per week. Total study commitment per week is 26 hours per week (30 hours per week if attending supervised study sessions).