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This unit can be delivered as a standalone award or as part of the Level 5 Intermediate Qualification in L&D. The purpose of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of both collective and social learning and the nature and impact of both within the workplace. The unit begins by exploring the constructs of collective and social learning, their differences and any overlap. The unit then explores different models of collective and social learning, with a focus on how these feed into organisational learning objectives. The rapidly changing face of social media tools and e-learning technologies are explored and the implications these have for learners, facilitators, line managers and organisations.
Who Is This Course For?
This course is for L&D professionals who want to explore ways that social and collective learning can be developed within an organisation.
There are no prerequisites for this course and prior to signing up we can arrange for an adviser to discuss your requirements and experience with you to ensure that you are enrolled onto the most suitable programme.
How is This Course Delivered?
This course is delivered in a number of ways. Our mixed-mode approach offers true flexibility giving you the opportunity to choose where, when and how you learn. For example, you could attend a half-day workshop that is delivered in central London. Alternatively you can work directly with one of our advisers as they support your development with one-to-one guidance tailored to your individual learning needs.
How is This Course Assessed?
We are also flexible in the way we assess you. You can either complete an assignment or use one of work-based evidence templates.
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