Graduate Certificate in Workplace Learning
The SUSS-IAL Graduate Certificate in Workplace Learning (GCWPL) is a 15-credit unit, 6-month programme that cover 56 hours of teaching, followed by a work-learn project with enterprises covering 42 hours. It comprises taught courses imbued with authentic case studies, real-life examples and substantive reflections and a Work-Learn component where learners undertake real consultancy projects.
Graduates of the GCWPL programme will not only be able to diagnose workplace performance gaps and evaluate learning opportunities, but implement bespoke learning solutions and interventions to drive business outcomes and workplace performance improvement as well.
Who Should Apply
This programme is relevant to learners who are interested to understand how to kickstart and/or sustain workplace learning at their respective enterprises. They may include enterprise employees that play a pivotal role in strengthening employee capability and performance, notably those in human resources and learning & development, as well as adult educators.
The Graduate in Workplace Learning possesses a few unique features:
Reflect critically on professional practice
Address workplace performance issues and opportunities
Contextualise workplace learning interventions to optimise outcomes
Establish bespoke workplace learning strategies to drive sustained performance improvement
Assess impact of workplace learning interventions on organisation's desired outcomes and identify ways to enhance learning effectiveness
Formulate coherent proposals for grant considerations
Support the development of a coaching culture in the workplace
Students are required to complete two courses: Workplace Learning (10 credit units) and Work-Learn (5 credit units) in the Graduate Certificate in Workplace Learning programme. Students have to maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.5 in their coursework as part of the fulfilment of the graduate certificate programme.
Compulsory Compliance Courses (15 cu)
This is a 6-months graduate certificate programme.