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CIPD in Learning and Development Practice (Level 3 Foundation Certificate)


REF: H3059  DATES: 25 Feb - 8 Mar 2018  VENUE: Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt)-Maritim Jolie Ville  FEE: 3750 

Overview:

Details

The CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in L&D Practice (CLDP) provides a solid foundation in all the areas of learning and development. It will help you develop essential skills and give you the confidence to be more effective at work and add value to your L&D function straight away.

Successful completion of the CIPD Level 3 Foundation Certificate in L&D Practice leads to Associate membership of the CIPD. Associate membership is the first level of professional membership of the CIPD, and allows you to use the designation Assoc CIPD after your name to showcase your credentials. It’s an achievement that makes you stand out in your career and is respected and valued by employers. It also emphasises your commitment to continuing professional development and a desire to stay current. 

Who is it for

The programme is ideal if your are:

  • working in the field of L&D in a support role and wish to develop your knowledge and skills
  • responsible for L&D activities and decisions within your organisation
  • looking to further your L&D career with a professional qualification.

Benefits

On successful completion of the qualification, you will:

  • have a sound understanding of the knowledge, skills and behaviour required of a professional L&D practitioner
  • understand how L&D activities support an organisation’s strategy and assist in the achievement of business objectives and how these are shaped by internal and external factors
  • have a practical understanding of how a learning needs analysis forms the basis for recommending learning solutions and how various methods and models assist in identifying gaps between the skills and knowledge of the workforce and organisation objectives
  • be able to identify the principles, purposes and scope of evaluation within a learning and development context, including ways of assessing return on investment (ROI)
  • know how to prepare and design effective learning and development activities
  • know how to deliver planned learning and development activities, for example one-to-one, small group and large group sessions
  • understand broad concepts that underpin coaching within the workplace.

Content

This modular programme is made up of eight workshops which are one or two days in length:

Introduction and Developing Yourself as an Effective L&D Practitioner (2 days)

Provides a thorough introduction to the programme, ensuring that you are fully prepared for the modules and assessed assignments, and are able to make the most of the resources and support available.


On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • understand the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be an effective L&D practitioner
  • know how to deliver timely and effective L&D services to meet users’ needs
  • be able to reflect on your own practice and development needs and maintain a plan for personal development.

Recording, Analysing and Using L&D Information (1 day)

This part of the module develops your understanding of the important contribution that accurate data, whether stored manually or electronically, can make to the HR function. It is intended to span the remit of data management for all areas of electronic record management for L&D.

On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • understand what data needs to be collected to support L&D practices
  • know how L&D data should be recorded, managed and stored
  • be able to analyse L&D information and present findings to inform decision-making. 

Understanding Organisations and the Role of L&D (1 day)

This part of the module provides an introduction to the role of L&D operations within an organisation and environmental context.

On completion of this part of the module, you will understand:

  • the purpose of an organisation and its operating environment
  • the structure, culture and functions of an organisation
  • how L&D activities support an organisation.

Undertaking a Learning Needs Analysis (1 day)

This part of the module provides you with a practical understanding of how a learning needs analysis can form the basis for recommending learning solutions. Specifically, it enables you to recognise the various methods and models available that assist in identifying gaps between the skills and knowledge of the workforce and organisation objectives.

On completion of this part of the module, you will be able to:

  • identify the learning and development needs of individuals and groups that reflect individual and organisational objectives
  • recommend appropriate learning and development solutions to meet the identified needs of individuals and groups.

Developing Coaching Skills for the Workplace (1 day)

This part of the module provides you with broad concepts that underpin coaching within the workplace. It is intended to provide you with an introduction to the theoretical aspects of coaching and an opportunity to develop coaching techniques where appropriate, for example in the capacity of line manager.

On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • understand the nature and purpose of coaching
  • know how to use a coaching style to improve performance in the workplace
  • be able to identify the ways in which coaching can be implemented in an organisation.

Evaluating L&D Activities (1 day)

Evaluation of learning and development is a key component of the learning process. This part of the module provides an introduction to the principles, purposes and scope of evaluation within a learning and development context.

On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • understand the nature and purposes of evaluation, including return on investment and expectation
  • understand different approaches to evaluation
  • be able to design and use tools for evaluating learning and development activities
  • be able to develop an action plan following evaluation of a learning and development activity. 

Preparing and Designing L&D Activities (1 day)

This part of the module provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to prepare and design effective learning and development activities.

On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • be able to prepare and design effective learning and development activities
  • understand how a learning needs analysis is used to inform the design process. 

Delivering L&D Activities (2 days)

This part of the module will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to deliver planned learning and development (L&D) activities, for example one-to-one, small group and large group sessions.

On completion of this part of the module, you will:

  • be able to create an environment conducive to learning
  • be able to plan and deliver learning and development
  • programme activity to individuals and groups
  • know how to review learning and development activities.

In addition to the face-to-face workshops the programme includes:

  • written assessments
  • practical skills demonstrations
  • pre- and post-workshop activities
  • CPD log.
COURSE DATES
25 Feb - 8 Mar 2018
COURSE REF
H3059
VENUE
Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt)
Address
Maritim Jolie Ville
COURSE FEE
3750 

Maritim Jolie Ville

Maritim Jolie Ville

COURSE REF: H3059

CIPD in Learning and Development Practice (Level 3 Foundation Certificate)

Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt)


COURSE DATES: 25 Feb - 8 Mar 2018
Address: Maritim Jolie Ville
COURSE FEE: 3750 

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