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The Bachelor of Learning Development and Training (BLDT) is a three year undergraduate degree. The course prepares graduates for a career in learning and development, professional education, human resource development or industry training. Learning and development professionals are employed in industries as diverse as banking and finance, law, accounting, tourism and hospitality, telecommunications, retail, registered training organisations (RTOs), superannuation, universities, TAFE institutes, management consultancies, mining and trades and government departments. Professionals already working in the field will be able to build on their expertise, applying their enhanced knowledge to their current positions or to assist them in changing career direction. High achieving graduates have the option of completing a Masters course in Training and Development. The course is available both full-time and part-time and classes will be offered during the day and in the early evening to accommodate those students wishing to undertake the course part-time.
This course recognises your professional background by giving you full credit for your previous studies, training and work experience and helping you take the step into tertiary education. The UNE Bachelor of Training and Development aims to link training concerns with leadership and organisational development and to facilitate the effectiveness of individual trainers in a workplace environment. It also includes an advanced academic skills unit that helps students refine their writing and information literacy skills for tertiary study.
The graduates will be able to demonstrate effective communication skills, both written and oral, in promoting flexible delivery and reflective practice.
The graduates will be able to use reflective praxis in determining the training and development needs of individuals and organisations and how to apply appropriate measures.
The graduates will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of flexible, online learning platforms and be able to design and develop their own training resources for practical application.
The graduates will understand the importance of lifelong learning and continuous improvement and apply the concepts of critical reflection, inquiry and the learning cycle.