Online self-paced short course consisting of 3 modules (20 min each).
The course is aimed at people at all levels of an organisation including; operational, supervisors, managers and leaders, learning and development, knowledge and lessons practitioners.
On completion of this program, participants will develop understanding of:
How lessons management is linked to knowledge management, the benefits of creating a learning culture and putting lessons management into practice
Understanding the difference between lessons identified and lessons learned and key terms used in Leraning Management
Stakeholders’ responsibilities to help turn lessons identified into lessons learned
Critical aspects of the LM process with a focus on principles of writing good observations.
Participants are not formally assessed during the course
National unit of competency
This course does not align with a national unit of competency.
Personal information disclosure
The organisation you nominate during enrolment may request information from OEM about staff or volunteers who undertake this course. The only information released by OEM will be your name and details relating to the course. All other personal details will not be released by OEM and will remain confidential. Your organisation collects this information to determine who, or the number of staff/volunteers, completes this training. Therefore, enrolment in this course is acknowledgement that this information can be released to the organisation you have nominated during registration.
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