We work closely with you to understand your business improvement objectives and then contextualise and structure your programme to meet your organisations’ and your individual team members’ specific needs and work patterns.
Each of the three levels of a Corporate Award programme:
provide a pathway for your team to build their professional competence and status.
The core modules within each level of a Corporate Award programme are shown below:
At the end of most modules the level of skills and knowledge acquired is assessed through an assignment.Assessed assignments can be, for example, a related report, discussion paper, project, board paper, journal article or case studyapplied to the student’s organisation. The final assessed assignment requires a written submission and, typically, an oral presentation. At Master Practitioner level the final assessed assignment is a dissertation (business project).
To ensure clear and consistent professional knowledge and capability development, the content of each programme is directly mapped to the CIPS Global Standard and associated job roles.
Training can be delivered in a range of ways to suit your organisation’s work patterns and the location of your staff anywhere in the world. These include e-learning, live webinars and interactive, industry expert-led workshops which sit alongside the practical assignments and live business projects. All e-learning is mapped directly to the Corporate Award modules.
Each assessed assignment is designed to deliver benefit back into the organisation for whom the student works. The final assessed assignment, which needs to demonstrate a real a return on investment to the participant’s organisation, is, at Advanced and Master Practitioner Level, followed by an oral presentation to a panel of senior representatives from their company and a CIPS moderator. The assignments are independently and rigorously assessed by a first and second marker and verified by a CIPS moderator.