104 weeks including 24 weeks break 20 scheduled face-to-face contact. hours each week to meet student visa requirements + self-study component.


AUD 21,000 + AUD 900 Resource fee

This qualification highlights the important role of individuals with specialised knowledge in organisational learning and capability development. They lead learning and development functions, taking responsibility for their own work and that of others. It is relevant for leaders and managers in organisations that prioritise learning.

Entry Requirements

Academic level:

  • Completion of Australian Advanced Diploma or other equivalent Australian qualification/s.

English proficiency

  • Evidence of an IELTS test Score of 5.5 or equivalent
  • Complete the LLN assessment
  • Moderate level of computer literacy

Minimum Age

  • 18 years of age and above.


Course Commencement
Saturday, 6 July 2024
Saturday, 5 October 2024
Saturday, 4 January 2025
Saturday, 5 April 2025
Saturday, 5 July 2025
Saturday, 4 October 2025

Study Mode

All lectures are delivered face-to-face classroom-based learning using a variety of delivery methods and approved learning resources including:

  • Student learner guide
  • Student assessment pack
  • E-learning resources to enhance knowledge and skills

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)) & Credit Transfer (CT)

A recognition of prior learning is available to students who possess prior knowledge, skills, and experience and/or have a Credit Transfer with Units of Competency from formal training or study in a relevant field. Your study course may be shortened as a result of recognition.

Career Prospects

• Learning and Development Manager
• Organisational Development Manager
• Training Manager
• Change Manager
• Capability Manager
• Training and Development Specialist
• Education and Training Manager

Future Studies

Students who successfully complete BSB80120 Graduate Diploma of Management (Learning) can enroll in another relevant course in the same pathway.


A variety of assessment methods are used to assess each unit of competency, including written responses, case studies, role plays, observations, practical demonstrations, and simulated workplaces.

Units of Competency

No.Unit CodeUnit Name 
1BSBHRM613Contribute to the development of learning and development strategies  CORE
2BSBLDR811Lead strategic transformation
3TAELED803Implement improved learning practice
4BSBHRM611Contribute to organisational performance development      ELECTIVE
5BSBLDR601Lead and manage organisational change (Release 1)
6BSBOPS601Develop and implement business plans
7BSBINS603Initiate and lead applied research
8BSBLDR812Develop and cultivate collaborative partnerships and relationships

Course Details

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