Who should attend
Using Data and Metrics in L&D is ideal for:
- Anyone building a business case for L&D in their organisation.
- L&D professionals who need to know more on the use of data & metrics.
- For those who work freelance in L&D, it provides insight into driving self and organisational value
- HR professionals who have responsibility for L&D
- For people who have previously attended Future Focused Learning programme, this builds on the introduction explored in that programme.
About the course
Learn how the L&D profession can use data and metrics for measuring learning impact for insights that will help you make the right business decisions and drive business performance.
This programme has been designed by the CIPD in conjunction with experts in the field of data and analytics to meet the gap the L&D profession has in harnessing the insights they can bring in enhancing performance.
In this programme, we cover how the L&D profession can use data and metrics for measuring learning impact to allow you to make the right business decisions and drive business performance.
By the end of the session, we will cover:
- Defining the terms data and metrics for an L&D operation and recognise how the best leverage these in the planning, designing and delivery of learning and development interventions and supporting the building of business cases.
- Carryout detail stakeholder mapping in order to facilitate consultative conversations.
- How data can lead to a continuous improvement culture.
- Explore opportunities within your context to drive performance through data and metrics.
- Enable better business decisions for L&D strategy and solutions.
- Increase effectiveness of learning solutions.
- More efficient use of training budgets.
Unique Selling Points
- Have a series of evidence-based insights to your own continuing professional development.
- Aligned to CIPDs Learning and Development Standards within the CIPD Profession Map.
- This programme role models how learning programmes can be structured and spaced out using a blend of online tools and peer collaboration.
- Whilst having a set of objectives, the facilitator ensures that the outcomes of the programme are very much learner-led throughout.
Before you start this course, it’s important that you consider the following questions:
- How do your personal objectives align to the course objectives?
- How will the course objectives enable you to perform better at work?
- What outcomes do you want from this course? (For example - learn new insights, find out the CIPD's view, confirm my thinking, challenge my own point of view, increase effectiveness at work etc.)
The programme takes six weeks to complete and includes self-directed activities, four 1-hour virtual classrooms, and a project to complete in your own time (to be completed before the final virtual classroom).
There is an expectation that in between session that you will practice the skills gained on the programme and share your learning with your fellow delegates.
This series of virtual classrooms has four distinct parts to it:
- What is data & metrics and where to find it.
- How to have a consultative conversation with data and metrics in mind.
- How to understand the value of data & metrics for L&D.
- Making effective business decisions using data and metrics.
*Programme Structure *
- Week 1 - What is data and metrics and where to find it (Virtual Classroom)
- Week 2 - Consultative conversations in data and matrics (Virtual Classroom)
- Week 3 - How to understand the value of data and metrics (Virtual Classroom)
- Week 4 - Project work week (Self-directed study)
- Week 5 - Project work week (Self-directed study)
- Week 6 - What we know about data & metrics and what is next for you? (Virtual Classroom)
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.