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SUSS-IAL GCWPL

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION
The SUSS-IAL Graduate Certificate in Workplace Learning (GCWPL) is a 15-credit unit, 6-month programme that cover 56 hours of teaching, followed by a work-learn project with enterprises covering 42 hours. It comprises taught courses imbued with authentic case studies, real-life examples and substantive reflections and a Work-Learn component where graduates undertake real consultancy projects.

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
Graduates of the GCWPL programme will not only be able to diagnose workplace performance gaps and evaluate learning opportunities, but implement bespoke learning solutions and interventions to drive business outcomes and workplace performance improvement as well. 

Graduates can apply for NACE@IAL and Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA) grants to undertake workplace learning projects in enterprises.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
This programme is relevant to learners who are interested to understand how to kickstart and/or sustain workplace learning at their respective enterprises. They may include enterprise employees that play a pivotal role in strengthening employee capability and performance, notably those in human resources and learning & development, as well as adult educators.

Have further questions regarding the programme?

Get in touch with us

 

TESTIMONIALS
Hear what our graduates and trainers have to say about the programme: 

COURSE FEES
GCWPL - Course Fee

NOTE:
*All course fees are subjected to prevailing GST charges.

Successful applicants who are Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) of up to 90% of course fees. Refer here for more information: https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/enhancedsubsidy


LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this programme, graduates will be able to:
  •  Reflect critically on professional practice.
  • Address workplace performance issues and opportunities.
  • Contextualise workplace learning interventions to optimise outcomes.
  • Establish bespoke workplace learning strategies to drive sustained performance improvement.
  • Assess impact of workplace learning interventions on organisation's desired outcomes and identify ways to enhance learning effectiveness.
  • Formulate coherent proposals for grant considerations.
  • Support the development of a coaching culture in the workplace.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Graduates from GCWPL programme are required to complete 15 credit units (CUs) consisting: 

GCWPL - Courses
*IAL reserves the right to make amendments to the course dates without prior notice.


PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Schedule for February 2023 intake is as follows: 

GCWPL Feb 2023 Schedule

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

1. What are the requirements for application?
Applicants are required to meet the following criteria:

  • Possess at least an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.
  • Possess at least 5 years of industry experience and having managerial/supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Possess at least 2 years of experience in adult learning facilitation and design is preferred.
  • Have good oral and written communication skills.
  • Good problem-solving skills.


2. Who can apply for the programme?

The GCWPL programme targets enterprise employees who play a pivotal role in strengthening employee capability and performance, notably those in human resource, learning & development and organisational development. It also targets experienced adult educators who already have a solid foundation in adult learning and are looking to expand their expertise in workplace learning to provide workplace learning consultancy to enterprises. The programme is open as well to faculty members of SUSS who are keen to offer consultancy services to enterprises.


3. When will the next intake be?

Application for July 2022 is closed. The next intake will be in Feb 2023. Do refer to the schedule for Feb 2023 intake above.

*IAL reserves the right to make amendments to the course dates without prior notice.


4. How long is the duration of the course?

6-months.

The Workplace Learning course (56 hours) will be conducted on weekdays either on a full day or half day session at IAL. The Work-Learn course (42 hours) where graduates undertake real consultancy projects will take place over 3 months.

5. Are there any exemptions for the programme?

There is no exemption for ‘Workplace Learning’ course comprising the 4 modules. Application for exemption for ‘Work-Learn’ course is subject to approval and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.


6. What are the courses included in the programme?

This is a 15-credit unit programme that covers:

  • 56 hours of teaching on workplace learning [10 CUs]
  • Work-learn project with enterprises covering 42 hours [5 CUs]


7. Am I eligible for funding?

Successful applicants who are Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) of up to 90% of course fees. Refer here for more information: https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/enhancedsubsidy


8. Do I have to source for my own enterprise for the Work-Learn component?

Graduates are required to source for their own enterprise for the Work-Learn component. Graduates can apply for NACE@IAL and Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA) grants to undertake workplace learning projects in enterprises.

9. Who can I contact to get more information?

For enquiries on GCWPL, please contact:

Ms. Cheryl Ng 
cherylngaq@ial.edu.sg6579 0189
Ms. Siti Nurbaya
sitinurbaya@ial.edu.sg6579 0301

Session Information
Date and Time
14 Feb 2023 09:00
Location
IAL Training Room
SUSS-IAL GCWPL

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION
The SUSS-IAL Graduate Certificate in Workplace Learning (GCWPL) is a 15-credit unit, 6-month programme that cover 56 hours of teaching, followed by a work-learn project with enterprises covering 42 hours. It comprises taught courses imbued with authentic case studies, real-life examples and substantive reflections and a Work-Learn component where graduates undertake real consultancy projects.

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
Graduates of the GCWPL programme will not only be able to diagnose workplace performance gaps and evaluate learning opportunities, but implement bespoke learning solutions and interventions to drive business outcomes and workplace performance improvement as well. 

Graduates can apply for NACE@IAL and Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA) grants to undertake workplace learning projects in enterprises.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
This programme is relevant to learners who are interested to understand how to kickstart and/or sustain workplace learning at their respective enterprises. They may include enterprise employees that play a pivotal role in strengthening employee capability and performance, notably those in human resources and learning & development, as well as adult educators.

Have further questions regarding the programme?

Get in touch with us

 

TESTIMONIALS
Hear what our graduates and trainers have to say about the programme: 

COURSE FEES
GCWPL - Course Fee

NOTE:
*All course fees are subjected to prevailing GST charges.

Successful applicants who are Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) of up to 90% of course fees. Refer here for more information: https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/enhancedsubsidy


LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this programme, graduates will be able to:
  •  Reflect critically on professional practice.
  • Address workplace performance issues and opportunities.
  • Contextualise workplace learning interventions to optimise outcomes.
  • Establish bespoke workplace learning strategies to drive sustained performance improvement.
  • Assess impact of workplace learning interventions on organisation's desired outcomes and identify ways to enhance learning effectiveness.
  • Formulate coherent proposals for grant considerations.
  • Support the development of a coaching culture in the workplace.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Graduates from GCWPL programme are required to complete 15 credit units (CUs) consisting: 

GCWPL - Courses
*IAL reserves the right to make amendments to the course dates without prior notice.


PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Schedule for February 2023 intake is as follows: 

GCWPL Feb 2023 Schedule

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

1. What are the requirements for application?
Applicants are required to meet the following criteria:

  • Possess at least an undergraduate degree or an equivalent qualification from a recognised institution.
  • Possess at least 5 years of industry experience and having managerial/supervisory experience is preferred.
  • Possess at least 2 years of experience in adult learning facilitation and design is preferred.
  • Have good oral and written communication skills.
  • Good problem-solving skills.


2. Who can apply for the programme?

The GCWPL programme targets enterprise employees who play a pivotal role in strengthening employee capability and performance, notably those in human resource, learning & development and organisational development. It also targets experienced adult educators who already have a solid foundation in adult learning and are looking to expand their expertise in workplace learning to provide workplace learning consultancy to enterprises. The programme is open as well to faculty members of SUSS who are keen to offer consultancy services to enterprises.


3. When will the next intake be?

Application for July 2022 is closed. The next intake will be in Feb 2023. Do refer to the schedule for Feb 2023 intake above.

*IAL reserves the right to make amendments to the course dates without prior notice.


4. How long is the duration of the course?

6-months.

The Workplace Learning course (56 hours) will be conducted on weekdays either on a full day or half day session at IAL. The Work-Learn course (42 hours) where graduates undertake real consultancy projects will take place over 3 months.

5. Are there any exemptions for the programme?

There is no exemption for ‘Workplace Learning’ course comprising the 4 modules. Application for exemption for ‘Work-Learn’ course is subject to approval and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.


6. What are the courses included in the programme?

This is a 15-credit unit programme that covers:

  • 56 hours of teaching on workplace learning [10 CUs]
  • Work-learn project with enterprises covering 42 hours [5 CUs]


7. Am I eligible for funding?

Successful applicants who are Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above will be eligible for SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) of up to 90% of course fees. Refer here for more information: https://www.skillsfuture.gov.sg/enhancedsubsidy


8. Do I have to source for my own enterprise for the Work-Learn component?

Graduates are required to source for their own enterprise for the Work-Learn component. Graduates can apply for NACE@IAL and Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA) grants to undertake workplace learning projects in enterprises.

9. Who can I contact to get more information?

For enquiries on GCWPL, please contact:

Ms. Cheryl Ng 
cherylngaq@ial.edu.sg6579 0189
Ms. Siti Nurbaya
sitinurbaya@ial.edu.sg6579 0301

Session Information
Date and Time
14 Feb 2023 09:00
Location
IAL Training Room