Course Details

Two year course - Year 1 Monday & Year 2 Tuesday PM/Evening 12.45 to 9.00pm Tutorial 11.45 to 12.45pm (as required)

Entry Requirements

CIPD Level 5 and several years HR experience A Degree and several years HR experience

Career options

As a learning and development (L&D) specialist, at different levels your role will be to help organisations execute their business strategy by aligning learning, training and development of its people with business priorities. L&D roles will depend on the type and size of the organisation.

CIPD L7 Dip in HR Development (Level 7 L&D)

Five highlights

  • 1 L&D is specifically focused on on helping people learn new skills
  • 2 The work of an L&D professional can also be very varied and challenging
  • 3 Your role will be to help organisations execute their business strategy
  • 4 You could earn upwards of £24,000 to £80,000 plus when qualified
  • 5 You need to be able to think on your feet & have strong analytical skill

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 09.09.2019
  • CIPD L7 Dip in HR Development (Level 7 L&D)

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Course code Location Course length Start date
MGT299CD1A Chichester Campus 2 Years 09.09.2019

What you need to know

What will I study?

Year 1 Developing Skills for Business Leadership Leading, Managing and Developing People Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning Understanding & Implementing Coaching and Mentoring Year 2 Designing, Delivering, and Evaluate L&D Provision L&D Management in Context Investigating a Business Issue from a HR Perspective Employee Engagement You will be required to work for at least one full day a week (over and above lectures).

How will I be taught?

The teaching methods employed include lectures, seminars, case studies, group discussions, videos, use of the virtual learning environment, role-play, workshops, CIPD events and guest speakers. Formal and structured learning processes such as lectures are necessary because these are efficient methods of conveying certain information, setting a perspective and providing a framework of study. Interactive sessions are introduced to encourage the exploration of ideas and the sharing of knowledge.

How will I be assessed?

4 assessments each year. One exam each year, which you are well prepared for. Then 3, 3,000 assessments which are a variety word reports, briefs etc. You will also be involved in having to do presentations.

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