Our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credentials deliver benefits to both individuals and organisations by ensuring staff keep pace with current professional standards, develop skills aligned to your organisation’s strategic direction, and expand upon their knowledge.
We offer a range of off-the-shelf CPD credentials that are available for organisations to book directly for staff groups. We can also create new programs for organisations that have a particular focus area in mind. Both credit and not for credit options are available.
Griffith University has partnered with Credly’s Acclaim platform to provide your staff with a better way to showcase their CPD achievements—Griffith Credentials. Griffith Credentials are a digital version of an individual’s qualifications represented by a digital badge that symbolises their achievements in a way that can be displayed, accessed, verified and shared online. Upon completion of a CPD credential, your staff will be issued with a Griffith Credential specific to the program they have undertaken.
This program will help develop additional capabilities to lead effective learning and development in your workplace. Participants will be able to apply new knowledge and skills almost immediately to enhance practice based learning. We focus on: Developing the workplace as a learning site; Developing and learning expertise at work; Strategies for facilitating learning in the workplace; and Developing a learning plan for the workplace. The program can be delivered face-to-face, online or in a blended mode (i.e., a combination of face-to-face and online).
This Action Research program is designed for a group of staff in a workplace environment to understand the history and principles of Action Research and then look at applying it to their local context. Participants will be required to design a projects in response to the needs of their own site and consider practical ways to develop a topic and initial focus for this project. The program can be delivered face-to-face, online or in a blended mode (i.e., a combination of face-to-face and online).
The Leading Educational Development in Schools program is designed for both aspiring and existing heads of department, senior teachers and curriculum leaders within schools. The program is designed to provide educational middle leaders with professional learning related to leading professional and curriculum development in their site. The program can be delivered face-to-face, online or in a blended mode (i.e., a combination of face-to-face and online).
If your organisation has bespoke CPD needs, we specialise in creating Griffith Credentials to suit your workplace requirements. With access to academic expertise across the University, we can develop a program to suit the focus area you are most interested in. We work with clients who have a staff network of as little as ten, right through to organisations that have thousands of employees.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your free consultation.
Learn more about Griffith Credentials
Griffith Credentials include a suite of digital badges for achievements, articulated awards, continuing professional development (PL Hub), open credentials, memberships, missions, skills, and work-integrated learning. For more information, visit the Griffith Credentials website.
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