The Graduate Certificate in Designing Learning and Innovation (GCDLI) is a 15-credit unit, 16-week programme comprising three courses focusing on learning and developing one’s own practice within the workplace, analysing organisations as part of complex ecosystems, and examining the relationship between organisational capability development and the ecosystems in which the organisation functions.
Graduates of the GCDLI will be well-acquainted with contemporary research on workplace learning and supported in uncovering what it means to own and develop their practice. They will create strategies to support learning and innovation relevant to their own settings. They will see their understanding of learning extended beyond the self, and to the organisational level and between organisations, where they will study organisations vis-a-vis their ecosystems and appreciate how inter-institutional relations in the ecosystem support organisational development internally and externally.
The Graduate Certificate is an elective certificate in the Master in Boundary-Crossing Learning and Leadership (MBX) programme, and stackable towards that qualification.
The Graduate Certificate is a core certificate in the Learning, Innovation and Enterprise Leadership track of the Master programme.