Revitalise your professional practice with new insights from research.
Are you a practitioner who wishes to advance your skills and competencies at postgraduate level? Gain a specialist qualification at Griffith College which will enable you to support and inform your role and prepare you for leadership in your field.
Why Study Education, Learning and Development at Griffith College?
- Build on your existing skills and develop your expertise in designing, implementing and evaluating effective learning programmes, including accredited and non-accredited programmes.
- Increase your opportunities for career advancement and promotion as a result of having gained the skills above, and having a specialist Level 9 qualification
- Experienced programme team includes practitioners from a wide range of education, learning and development roles who bring their expertise to the classroom and offer insights of a practical and applied nature.
- Elective specialism allows the participant to choose modules which align with their individual educational and training needs or career development.
- Flexible, part-time blended schedule
- Delivered via face-to-face workshops on campus, taking place approximately 3 days a month (Fridays and Saturdays), weekly recorded webinars, online mentoring sessions and online drop-in sessions.
- Elective specialism allows you to choose modules which align with your individual educational and training needs or career development
- Practical and applied learning approach
- Programme team of experienced practitioners
- Networking opportunities with fellow practitioners in education, learning and development
We run two intakes for this course commencing in Spring and Autumn.
*subject to sufficient numbers
What our students say
I manage a busy department in an area which is heavily regulated and requires constant upskilling. I am also an associate lecturer in TUD. I decided it was time to work towards a recognised postgraduate qualification in Training and Education. I found this programme very useful in the design and assessment of educational programmes as well as preparing me for my dissertation. I really enjoyed my time at Griffith and although the programme was challenging at times the support from the lecturers was a big contributor to my successful completion of the programme. I would highly recommend studying at Griffith College Dublin, I made some great lifelong friends and I am a much more competent and capable Lecturer and I have grown as a person both professionally and personally.
My background is in staff training. I originally applied to do the Level 9 Certificate in Training and Education and enjoyed it so much that I decided to work towards the Masters. I found the course content to be an appealing mix of theory and practical application and I have been able to apply what I learned in each module to my job. I would recommend the Masters to anyone working in the area of learning and development, especially as the flexible delivery and the support provided makes it easier to fit study in with family and work commitments.