CIPD Level 3 Award in Delivering Learning and Development Activities
An understanding of the key principles of enabling employees to acquire new knowledge and skills
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Delivering Learning and Development Activities is a CIPD accredited module designed to provide an understanding of the essential stages of preparing for and delivering an inclusive and effective L&D activity for a group of learners. It begins with consideration of the practical preparations required to be credible as a trainer, including ensuring own readiness to deliver the activity and the availability of all resources and materials. The unit moves on to explore the concept of a positive learning climate and the range of steps that can be taken by a trainer towards creating and maintaining this. The course is completed across two days in the classroom and includes assessment through delivery of a group based L&D activity. The course is then followed by 14 hours of elearning and a short assignment.
Creating and maintaining a positive learning environment is critical in delivering learning and development activities. This course will equip delegates with the knowledge and skills required to deliver planned learning and development activities. The module will cover adult learning principles and the learning cycle, the importance of creating and maintaining a positive learning environment, and the knowledge and skills required for the actual delivery of an activity or session. Students will develop a learning and development session and deliver this to demonstrate their competence in conducting such activities.
Students will understand:
- How to create an environment conducive to learning;
- Planning and delivering a learning and development programme activity to individuals and groups;
- Reviewing learning and development activities.
- The contribution of learning to the organisation;
- The characteristics of adult learners;
- Assessing learning needs;
- Learning styles and the learning cycle;
- Types of delivery;
- Visual aids and training methods;
- Key techniques for delivering a successful training event; and
- The importance of, and methods of, evaluating the training itself and what difference it makes to performance in the workplace.
Completing this CIPD training course will give students six credits towards completing their CIPD Certificate in HR Practice orCIPD Diploma in HR Practice, or will result in a CIPD Award if completed on its own.
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This course is suitable for
- those aspiring to, or embarking on, a career in HR or Learning and Development
- those working in an HR/ L&D support role who wish to develop their knowledge
- managers who have responsibility for HR/L&D activities and decisions but are not in an HR/L&D function
- those with an interest training, learning and development
Successful completion of the course will result in the achievement of a CIPD Award for delivering learning and development activities. Students will receive a certificate from CIPD.
This is an open access qualification. However, the course will benefit you most if you already have some relevant HR / L&D experience. You will also need access to email and the internet.
The course takes 30 hours to complete and is delivered via blended learning. Students will spend 2 days in the classroom (16 teaching hours), and complete 14 hours of elearning in their own time. Students will complete a practical assessment during the classroom session as evidence of the skills and knowledge gained. Students will also work through elearning which takes the format of information, questions and quizzes designed to develop and extend knowledge gained in the classroom.
09.00 - Welcome and objectives
09.30 - Encouraging learning & Learning needs analysis
09.45 - Learning environment
10.15 - Break
10.30 - Learning styles
11.30 - Types of delivery
11.45 - Structuring delivery
12.15 - Lunch
13.00 - Structuring delivery continued
14.15 - Setting objectives
14.45 - Delivery style
15.15 - Break
15.30 - Delivery - practice
17.15 - Close
09.00 - Queries /recap on day 1
09.10 - Reviewing learning and development activities
10.30 - Break
10.45 - Assessments
12.15 - Lunch
13.00 - Assessments continued
16.00 - Supporting documents briefing
17.00 - Close
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