WAL COLLABORATIVE LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS

WAL Collaborative Learning Partnerships

The Collaborative Learning Partnerships (CLP) model of GCWAL involves strategic alliances which enable GCWAL programmes to be made available to different segments of the private, public and community sectors.

There are 3 types of CLP models: Individual, Corporations and Associations

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Individual Learning Partnership

  • To be licensed as an Individual Learning Partner (ILP), an individual must successfully complete, at a minimum, a Stage 1 GCWAL programme.
  • Typically, the individual will be an independent consultant with a Master’s degree in a business/management area, with their own network of client organisations.
  • While undertaking the GCWAL programme, the individual could introduce potential participants from their network of client organisations to GCWAL, for a referral fee.
  • On successful completion of the GCWAL programme and the award of the appropriate certification from GCWAL, the individual will be appointed as an ILP and be able to facilitate the GCWAL Facilitating Action Learning Teams programme as well as specific Work Readiness Institute programmes, working closely with experienced GCWAL Programme Advisors.
  • GCWAL will enrol all participants and is responsible for quality assurance and certification.

Corporation Learning Partnership

  • In this model, a corporation initially engages GCWAL to deliver specific GCWAL programmes to its employees, with the eventual aim of having the programmes delivered to its employees by a pool of in-house facilitators.
  • Participants who have a Master’s degree
    in a business/management area, have successfully completed at a minimum, a Stage 1 GCWAL programme and have received the award of the appropriate certification from GCWAL, will be approved by GCWAL as in-house facilitators to facilitate the GCWAL Facilitating Action Learning Teams programme as well as specific Work Readiness Institute programmes, working closely with experienced GCWAL Programme Advisors.
  • GCWAL will enrol all participants and is responsible for quality assurance and certification.

Association Learning Partnership

  • In this model, the association promotes GCWAL programmes to its members and receives a referral fee for members who enrol in a GCWAL programme.
  • GCWAL Programme Advisors will facilitate the programme.
  • Members who have a Master’s degree
    in a business/management area, have successfully completed at a minimum, a Stage 1 GCWAL programme and have received the award of the appropriate certification from GCWAL, will be approved by GCWAL as in-house facilitators to facilitate the GCWAL Facilitating Action Learning Teams programme as well as specific Work Readiness Institute programmes, working closely with experienced GCWAL Advisors.
  • GCWAL will enrol all participants and is responsible for quality assurance and certification.