George Burton, who is also a Learning and Development Advisor (Digital Learning) at SSSC, said: “One of the best things about doing this course has been the opportunity to share ideas and experiences with other learning and development professionals in a range of roles and sectors. The course design encourages this collaborative approach, sharing ideas and experiences with other learning and development professionals, which we have all benefited from.”
The course has been designed for professionals in learning and development roles who have a recognised professional qualification for their sector and experience in delivering learning, such as Social Work, Social Service, Health, or Education. The programme addresses a specific skills gap identified by the University’s partners in Health, Social Care, and Education, and has endorsement from industry partners in these sectors.
The programme is delivered entirely online and applicable to any professional who has a requirement to create online content for learning. The activities and assessments focus on the application of learning in the workplace and draw on learners' work experience and practices.
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