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Professional Development Programmes

LearningWorks, in conjunction with Wintec, are pleased to promote the below professional development programmes.

These ZERO FEES programmes, which usually have a retail value of approx. $3,500 + GST per person, provide learners a chance to build skills and knowledge to further their career. In addition, they provide organisations an opportunity to support their employees with their professional development.


 

New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4)

 

New Zealand Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) (Level 3)

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN YOUR MANAGEMENT CAREER?


The New Zealand Certificate in Business (First Line Management) (Level 4) provides the skills and knowledge to make you a better manager of people and resources, while also providing an NZQA nationally  recognised qualification.

 
DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A GREAT TEAM LEADER?


A New Zealand Certificate in Business (Introduction to Team Leadership) (Level 3) provides essential skills and knowledge of Leadership styles and how to lead a team effectively, while also providing an NZQA nationally  recognised qualification.

WHO SHOULD ENROL?
  WHO SHOULD ENROL?
  • Any manager/supervisor who wants to increase their management capability and increase their skills and knowledge
  • Managers/supervisors who want a formal qualification in management
 
  • New team leaders wanting to increase their skills and knowledge
  • Anyone wanting to become a team leader
  • Team leaders who want a formal qualification
IN WHICH REGIONS WILL THE PROGRAMMES BE DELIVERED?   IN WHICH REGIONS WILL THE PROGRAMMES BE DELIVERED?

The programmes are delivered in various regions throughout New Zealand, provided that minimum learner numbers are met.

 

The programmes are delivered in various regions throughout New Zealand, provided that minimum learner numbers are met.

WHEN ARE THE INTAKES?   WHEN ARE THE INTAKES?

There are two intakes scheduled for 2019:

  • April 2019
  • August 2019

Secure your place now as spaces are limited.

 

There are two intakes scheduled for 2019:

  • April 2019
  • August 2019

Secure your place now as spaces are limited.

WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME?   WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME?
  • Learn the skills to become a great manager/supervisor
  • Learn ways to increase your productivity and efficiency in your workplace
  • Complete a qualification while still working
 
  • Learn the skills to become a great team leader
  • Develop your communication skills within a team
  • Complete a qualification while still working
FEES   FEES

$0.00 (Fully Government Funded)

  $0.00 (Fully Government Funded)
ENTRY CRITERIA & REQUIREMENTS
  ENTRY CRITERIA & REQUIREMENTS
  • NZ Citizen or NZ Resident
  • Must be employed in a management/supervisory role, with access to people and resources to execute a workplace improvement project
  • Full support from your manager
  • Regular access and use of a computer with reliable internet
 
  • NZ Citizen or NZ Resident
  • Must be employed or have access to a workplace
  • Full support from your manager or someone in a supervisory role
  • Regular access and use of a computer with reliable internet
MANAGERS COMMITMENT   MANAGERS COMMITMENT
  • Actively support and encourage learner throughout the programme (incl. pre-course goal setting and assessment sign-offs)
  • Provide time within work hours to attend all face-to-face sessions and complete a workplace improvement project
  • Monitor learner progress and achievement of all assessments, and provide additional support where necessary
 
  • Actively support and encourage learner throughout the programme (incl. pre-course goal setting and assessment sign-offs)
  • Provide time within work hours to attend all face-to-face sessions and complete the required learning activities
  • Monitor learner progress and achievement of all assessments, and provide additional support where necessary
PROGRAMME INFORMATION   PROGRAMME INFORMATION

CREDITS: 60

PROGRAMME DURATION: 12 Months (part-time)

TIME COMMITMENT:
NZQA guidelines suggest up to 600 hours of total study time for a 60 credit programme, this is the equivalent of 13 hours study per week.

 

CREDITS: 48

PROGRAMME DURATION: 12 Months (part-time)

TIME COMMITMENT:
NZQA guidelines suggest up to 480 hours of total study time for a 48 credit programme, this is the equivalent of 10 hours study per week.

PROGRAMME DELIVERY
  PROGRAMME DELIVERY

This programme is delivered via blended learning and a flipped-classroom model.

What is blended learning?

  • Blended learning combines both online learning and face-to-face sessions
  • Online learning will include readings, watching videos, using interactive media, quizzes and taking part in online discussions and completing assessments

What is a flipped-classroom?

  • A flipped classroom is where learners are introduced to content (often online) prior to attending face-to-face sessions.  When attending face-to-face sessions, this content is then put into context.

How many sessions do I attend?

  • There are 5 full day face-to-face sessions to attend 
  • The remaining hours of learning are completed online, in your own time over 12 months

 

This programme is delivered via blended learning and a flipped-classroom model.

What is blended learning?

  • Blended learning combines both online learning and face-to-face sessions
  • Online learning will include readings, watching videos, using interactive media, quizzes and taking part in online discussions and completing assessments

What is a flipped-classroom?

  • A flipped classroom is where learners are introduced to content (often online) prior to attending face-to-face sessions.  When attending face-to-face sessions, this content is then put into context.

How many sessions do I attend?

  • There are 4 full day face-to-face sessions to attend 
  • The remaining hours of learning are completed online, in your own time over 12 months
UNIT STANDARDS   UNIT STANDARDS

US 29040 V1 - 25 Credits
Manage Workflows in an Operational Context to Achieve Team Objectives

US 29039 V1 – 35 Credits
Manage a Team to Contribute to a Business Entity's Objective

 

US 29041 V1 - 23 Credits
Apply Principles for Effective Performance within a Team

US 29042 V1 - 15 Credits
Develop Objectives for a Team

US 29043 V1 - 10 Credits
Describe and Compare Different Styles of Team Leadership for a Business Entity

MODULES/CONTENT   MODULES/CONTENT

Module 1: Manage Work flows in an Organisation
How to run a successful business, the importance of business planning, factors that affect business success, managing workflow, analysing workflow and implementing change, developing objectives, developing a work plan, report writing.

Module 2: Managing Stakeholder and Team Relationships
Team and management structures, leadership vs management, emotional intelligence and situational leadership, diversity and creating an inclusive environment, managing performance, workplace coaching.

Module 3: Manage Own Professional Behaviour in the Workplace
Appropriate leadership behaviour, leadership attributes and responsibilities, time management and work-life balance.

 

Module 1: Understanding the Workplace
Communication with stakeholders, goals and objectives, problem-solving and decision-making techniques, leadership styles

Module 2: Working Effectively in a Team 1
Communication with the team, working effectively, understanding how leadership styles affect teamwork

Module 3: Working Effectively in a Team 2
Supporting diversity, professional  behaviour, reliability and self-management

Module 4: Applying Principles for Effective Teams
Applying problem-solving and decision-making techniques, applying self-management strategies, developing team objectives and communicating with stakeholders

 

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New Zealand Certificate in Adult & Tertiary Teaching (Level 4)

   
DO YOU WANT TO TAKE YOUR FACILITATION SKILLS FROM ORDINARY TO EXTRAORDINARY


The New Zealand Certificate in Adult & Tertiary Teaching (Level 4) provides essential skills and knowledge for those who facilitate training for adult learners, while also providing an NZQA nationally  recognised qualification.

   
WHO SHOULD ENROL?    
  • Trainers/Facilitators/Community Educators wanting to increase their skills and knowledge
  • Workplace systems trainers wanting to increase their training skills
  • Those responsible for on-boarding of new staff in the workplace
  • Trainers/Facilitators who want a formal qualification
   
IN WHICH REGIONS WILL THE PROGRAMMES BE DELIVERED?    

The programmes are delivered in various regions throughout New Zealand, provided that minimum learner numbers are met.

WHEN ARE THE INTAKES?

There are two intakes scheduled for 2019:

  • April 2019
  • August 2019

Secure your place now as spaces are limited.

   
WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME?    
  • Learn the skills and knowledge to become a great industry/workplace trainer or community educator
  • Learn how to create fun, interactive and inclusive learning environments
  • Complete a qualification while still working
   
FEES    
$0.00 (Fully Government Funded)    
ENTRY CRITERIA & REQUIREMENTS    
  • NZ Citizen or NZ Resident
  • Must be able to facilitate training sessions with a group of at least 3 adult learners
  • Full support from your manager
  • Regular access and use of a computer with reliable internet
   
MANAGERS COMMITMENT    
  • Actively support and encourage learner throughout the programme (incl. pre-course goal setting and assessment sign-offs)
  • Provide time within work hours to attend all face-to-face sessions and complete the required training sessions
  • Monitor learner progress and achievement of all assessments, and provide additional support where necessary
   
PROGRAMME INFORMATION    

CREDITS: 40

PROGRAMME DURATION: 12 Months (part-time)

TIME COMMITMENT:
NZQA guidelines suggest up to 400 hours of total study time for a 40 credit programme, this is the equivalent of 9 hours study per week.

   
PROGRAMME DELIVERY    

This programme is delivered via blended learning and a flipped-classroom model.  

What is blended learning?

  • Blended learning combines both online learning and face-to-face sessions
  • Online learning will include readings, watching videos, using interactive media, quizzes and taking part in online discussions and completing assessments

What is a flipped-classroom?

  • A flipped classroom is where learners are introduced to content (often online) prior to attending face-to-face sessions.  When attending face-to-face sessions, this content is then put into context.

How many sessions do I attend?

  • There are 4 full day face-to-face sessions to attend 
  • The remaining hours of learning are completed online, in your own time over 12 months
   
UNIT STANDARDS    

US 29690 V1 – 6 Credits
Describe the Principles and Theories of Adult Learning

US 7093 V5 – 10 Credits
Plan for Delivery of Learning Sessions for Adults

US 29692 V1 – 14 Credits
Deliver Learning Sessions for Adults

US 29693 V1 – 10 Credits
Review, Evaluate and Identify Areas of Improvement for Own Adult Education Teaching Practice

   
MODULES/CONTENT    

Module 1: Planning for Delivery
Engaging adults in learning, identifying stakeholder and learner needs, identifying learning outcomes, demonstrating cultural awareness, developing training content, assessment, reflection and feedback, reviewing and evaluating learning sessions.

Module 2: Delivering the Learning Session
Accessing and preparing physical resources, creating an inclusive learning environment, cultural sensitivity, barriers to learning, preparing to deliver (learner-centred approach), lesson delivery.

Module 3: Principles and Theories of Adult Learning
Adult learners, learning theories, learning/teaching approaches, learning styles, understanding the NZ teaching/learning context, relating the theories, frameworks and principles to your own teaching context.

Module 4: Reviewing and Evaluating
Determining what to evaluate, designing effective evaluations, teaching practice review, developing an action plan to improve your own teaching practice.

   
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