Introduction to Learning and Development (HR)

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Introduction to Learning and Development (HR)

Become a confident people development practitioner and knowledgeable in Human Resource Development

Learning and Development

What you’ll learn

  • What Learning and Development is and how it can support the achievement of organisational objectives
  • Freely discuss the goal and purpose of L&D
  • How to identify different roles in , their responsibilities and activities
  • Best practices in building a list of skills and knowledge areas required to be a L&D  professional
  • How to devise a plan to meet your individual learning and development needs
  • The basics of Talent Management
 

Requirements

  • Have a working understanding in Human Resources and large organisations
  • No previous knowledge of L&D
 

Description – Learning and Development

Jump start your career in Learning in Development within HR with the only course on Udemy on the topic.

At the end of this course, students will

  • Know what Learning and Development is and how it can support the achievement of organisational objectives
  • Be able to freely discuss the goal and purpose of Learning and Development
  • Identify different roles in Learning and Development , their responsibilities and activities
  • Build a list of skills and knowledge areas required to be a Learning and Development professional
  • Be able to devise a plan to meet your individual learning and development needs.

With this course, you will have the opportunity to plan you career in L&D (either as part of Human Resources (HR) or outside of it) by completing a Personal Development Plan. You will also have access to free Learning and Development resources, visual guides and case studies from best practices in L&D.

Join a worldwide community of ever-rising Learning and Development professionals by signing up to this course today!

UPDATE: the course includes an updated video on the new CIPD Profession Map!

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STUDENT FEEDBACK:

Vita, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “Very well structured and providing essential Information! Highly recommended!”

Shivakrupa, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “I loved it,It was lively and i was able to apply in my daily tasks.”

Federica, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “I really enjoyed this course! It helped me to reorganize all the information I learnt in the past two years as an HR Intern. Now I have a good knowledge of the L&D world. The teacher was clear and engaging, I appreciated the real life case studies, the PDP (Personal Development Plan) and all the attached resources. I’m looking forward the next course, how to design training actions. Thanks a lot, Ira!”

Boby, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “Proper explanations well done eye contact with camera Which means the teacher really CARE’s about you as a student! This is PO!”

Luis, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: “The course gave a good overview of the L&D profession and what to expect as one grows in this career. It was brief and just right for what I expected for an introduction.”

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Tags: L&D, L&D, Human Resource Development, Human Capital Development, Instructional Design, Career Development, Personal Development Plan, Learning strategies, Learning technologies, HR, Human Resources, Talent Management

Music by Bensound

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone aspiring to, or seeking to develop, a career in L&D
  • L&D professionals aiming to reassess and develop their knowledge, skills and behaviours
  • Human Resource professionals aiming to further their understanding of the nature and scope of L&D
  • People responsible for people development and growth (HR generalists and people managers)
  • Practitioners aiming to develop their practice through reflection and continuous professional development techniques
  • CIPD students pursuing Award (CIPD Level 3), Foundation (CIPD Level 5) or Intermediate (CIPD Level 7) Diploma or Certificate in Learning and Development

Created by Irina Ketkin

Last updated 11/2020
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