Join our Level 9 Certificate to improve your skills in designing, teaching, assessing and evaluating educational programmes in line with best practice.
Learners on the Certificate complete two modules from the MA in Education, Learning & Development. This programme has been designed to meet the needs of educators and practitioners who support adult learners. Graduates will gain a specialist qualification which will enable them to support and inform their role and in turn, become a more confident and engaging lecturer or practitioner. Key concepts such as learning theories, inclusive strategies for learning and critical use of technologies are all introduced.
Why Study Education, Learning and Development at Griffith College?
This programme has been designed to meet the needs of practitioners and educators who support adults' learners in a variety of contexts. This may include Learning and Development specialists, role holders in Human Resources department, instructional designers, self-employed trainers or lecturers in higher education. Here are some of the benefits of studying with Griffith College:
Career development and increased employment prospects
You join a diverse, collaborative, reflective community of practitioners who learn from and with each other through discussion, assignments and reflection.
You will engage in the underpinning concepts, theories and best practices associated with the design and implementation of effective and engaging learning for all adult learners, and apply these to your own practice.
You will engage in critical reflection of your own practice and other enquiry and research techniques to improve your practice
On completion, you will be a more confident and agile practitioner with the skills and competencies to design, teach, assess and evaluate educational programmes in line with best practice
Graduates will be able to progress to either our Postgraduate Diploma or our MA in Arts in Training and Education
Flexible, part-time blended schedule
Delivered over one semester, with approximately three classes on campus per month (usually Fridays and Saturdays)
Practical and applied learning approach
Programme team of practitioners from a wide range of education, learning and development roles.
Networking opportunities with fellow practitioners in education, learning and development