CIPD Intermediate Award – Facilitating Collective and Social Learning (5CSL)

3 Months

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£500 + £42 (+VAT)


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Purpose and aim of unit

The purpose of this unit is to develop the 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.  Finally, the unit considers the benefits and challenges of facilitating collective and social learning for contributing to an organisational learning agenda.

This unit is suitable for persons who:

  • are working in or are seeking to develop a career in learning and development (L&D).
  • are working in the field of L&D and need to extend knowledge and skills of collective and social learning.
  • aim to adopt collective and social learning approaches in their work.

 Learning outcomes

On completion of this unit, learners will:

  • Understand the constructs of collective and social learning.
  • Know about different models of collective and social learning and their application within the workplace.
  • Understand how technology has transformed the nature and shape of collective and social learning.
  • Understand the benefits and challenges of facilitating collective and social learning in organisations.

Unit assessment

To achieve this unit, the evidence the learner presents for assessment must demonstrate that they have met all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria.

Learning outcomes

The learner will:

Assessment criteria

The learner can:

1         Understand the constructs of collective and social learning.

 

1.1    Differentiate between the constructs of collective and social learning.

1.2    Distinguish between group learning, co-operative and collaborative learning and how these fit within collective and social learning.

 

2         Know about different models of collective and social learning and their application within the workplace.

 

 

 

2.1    Compare different models of collective and social learning.

2.2    Describe the development of collective and social learning and their manifestations and uses in the workplace.

 

3         Understand how technology has transformed the nature and shape of collective and social learning.

 

3.1    Identify key current social media and e-learning tools and technologies and their application.

3.2    Explore how social media and e-learning can be employed by various groups to meet organisational learning objectives.

4         Understand the benefits and challenges of facilitating collective and social learning in organisations. 4.1    Explain how collective and social learning can contribute to organisational learning and the achievement of organisational objectives.

4.2    Assess the factors to be considered when implementing collective and social learning programmes in organisations.

 

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