What’s your next professional step to develop yourself in L&D? If you’re ready to develop yourself further to gain formal recognition for learning you have already undertaken you could study in the workplace and gain a Masters’ degree.
Join Professor Brian Sutton of Middlesex University as he discusses the new practitioner-focused Masters at Middlesex University, a unique programme that recognises your professional achievements while extending and challenging you to develop yourself and your practice even further. · Learn more about this programme, and take the first step in the next stage of developing your career in L&D. · Take your Masters while you continue at work, start to finish in less than 2 years · Gain a third of credit by recognition of prior learning · Study in a cohort with like minded professionals who face the same issues · Define your own research project to focus on what matters to you and your organisation · Publish your own dissertation and join a growing community of L&D researchers · Collaborative blended approach with access to a professional supervisor and expert consultants