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EXECUTIVE MASTER IN 

           APPLIED SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE (Non-MQA)

EXECUTIVE MASTER IN 

APPLIED SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE (Non-MQA)

About The Course

Location

Duration
Mode of delivery

Start date

Fees

Program codes

Kuala Lumpur

Phase 1: 1-10 weeks, Phase 2: 10 weeks, Phase 3: 10 weeks
Online learning, online coaching & 1 to 1 coaching

Mid-June 2023 - mid-December 2023

Informed via registration

EXMASTER

Learning Goals

The learning goals of the Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice are designed to equip learners with the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become effective leaders and practitioners in the field of sustainable practices.

The program aims to:

1. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the principles, concepts, and frameworks related to sustainable practices.

2. Gain insights into the environmental, social, and economic dimensions of sustainability.

3. Acquire the ability to analyze and evaluate sustainability challenges and develop innovative solutions.

4. Cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address complex sustainability issues.

5. Foster leadership abilities to drive sustainable change within organizations and communities.

6. Enhance communication and collaboration skills for effective stakeholder engagement and sustainable project implementation.

Who can join?

Business Professionals: Executives, managers, and professionals working in various industries who seek to integrate sustainability into their organization's strategy, operations, and decision-making processes.

 

Project Managers: Individuals involved in managing projects and seeking to incorporate sustainability principles and practices into project planning, implementation, and evaluation.

 

Sustainability Practitioners: Sustainability professionals who wish to deepen their knowledge, expand their skill set, and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in the field.

 

CSR Practitioners: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) professionals responsible for developing and implementing CSR strategies, initiatives, and reporting frameworks.

 

Government Officials: Policymakers, regulators, and public servants working in government agencies responsible for sustainability, environmental protection, and national development.

 

Non-profit and NGO Leaders: Individuals leading non-profit organizations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) focused on environmental conservation, social welfare, and sustainable development.

 

Entrepreneurs and Innovators: Aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators who aim to develop sustainable business models, products, and services that address societal and environmental challenges.

 

Consultants and Advisors: Sustainability consultants and advisors providing expert guidance and support to organizations in their sustainability journey.

Taking Notes

Phase 1

  • Core Subjects: Complete 15 hours of online training

  • Elective Subjects: Complete 15 hours of online training

  • Coaching: Complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching

Complete and Qualify for Upskilling Certificate - Advanced Certificate in Applied Sustainable Practice

Phase 2

  • Core Subjects: Complete 5 hours of online training

  • Elective Subjects: Complete 5 hours of online training

  • Coaching: Complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching

  • Complete and Qualify for Upskilling Certificate -  Professional Certificate in Applied Sustainable Practice

Phase 3

  • Core Subjects: Complete 5 hours of online training

  • Elective Subjects: Complete 5 hours of online training

  • Coaching: Complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching

  • Complete and Qualify for Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice

Training an Coaching Session

Phase 1, Phase 2 & Phase 3
Total Hours: 120

Complete and Qualify for Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice
 

Learning Modules

The learning modules consist of three phases, each with a set of certificate categories, programs, methods of training, and duration of hours. The program is designed to provide a well-rounded education in sustainable practices.

In phase 1, the learner will complete the Advanced Certificate in Applied Sustainable Practice, which includes 15 hours of core subjects and 15 hours of elective subjects, both delivered online. The learner will also complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching. This phase provides a solid foundation in sustainable practices.

 

In phase 2, the learner will complete the Professional Certificate in Applied Sustainable Practice, which includes 10 hours of core subjects and 10 hours of elective subjects, both delivered online. The learner will also complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching. This phase builds on the foundation established in phase 1 and provides more advanced training.

In phase 3, the learner will complete the Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice, which includes 5 hours of core subjects and 5 hours of elective subjects, both delivered online. The learner will also complete 10 hours of online coaching and 10 hours of face-to-face coaching. This phase provides the highest level of training and prepares the learner for leadership roles in sustainable practices.

Overall, the learning plan is designed to provide a comprehensive education in sustainable practices with a focus on the context of Apple. The plan includes a mix of online and face-to-face training and coaching to provide a well-rounded learning experience.

At the end of Phase 3, the learner will have the option to either submit a Project Paper or deliver a Presentation about their Sustainable Project. This assessment serves as a culmination of their studies and allows them to showcase their understanding and application of sustainable practices.

Learning Activities:

The Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice program employs a variety of learning activities to engage learners and promote active participation. These activities may include:

  1. Lectures and seminars: Expert industry trainer deliver online lectures and facilitate interactive discussions to introduce and explore key topics in sustainable practices.

  2. Case studies and simulations: Real-world case studies and simulations allow learners to analyze and solve sustainability challenges, applying their knowledge in practical contexts.

  3. Group projects and collaborations: Learners may work in teams to develop sustainable projects, fostering collaboration, communication, and problem-solving skills.

  4. Field visits and site tours: Visits to organizations, sustainable projects, and environmental sites provide learners with hands-on experiences and insights into real-world sustainable practices.

  5. Coaching and practical exercises: Engaging with face-to-face coaching and hands-on exercises enable learners to develop specific skills, such as environmental impact assessment or sustainability reporting.

  6. Online discussions and forums: Virtual platforms facilitate online discussions and knowledge sharing among learners, promoting critical thinking and peer learning.

  7. Lectures and seminars: Expert industry trainer deliver online lectures and facilitate interactive discussions to introduce and explore key topics in sustainable practices.

  8. Case studies and simulations: Real-world case studies and simulations allow learners to analyze and solve sustainability challenges, applying their knowledge in practical contexts.

  9. Group projects and collaborations: Learners may work in teams to develop sustainable projects, fostering collaboration, communication, and problem-solving skills.

  10. Field visits and site tours: Visits to organizations, sustainable projects, and environmental sites provide learners with hands-on experiences and insights into real-world sustainable practices.

  11. Coaching and practical exercises: Engaging with face-to-face coaching and hands-on exercises enable learners to develop specific skills, such as environmental impact assessment or sustainability reporting.

  12. Online discussions and forums: Virtual platforms facilitate online discussions and knowledge sharing among learners, promoting critical thinking and peer learning.

Assessment

  • The assessment methods in the Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice program are designed to evaluate learners' knowledge, skills, and application of sustainable practices.

The assessment given by the trainers may include:

  1. Presentations in Phase 1: Learners may deliver presentations showcasing their understanding of sustainable practices and their application in specific projects or scenarios.

  2. Quizzes in Phase 1: These may assess learners' comprehension of key concepts, theories, and frameworks related to sustainable practices.

  3. Self-assessment in Phase 1: Collaborative activities and reflective exercises may be used to encourage learners to evaluate their own progress and provide feedback to their peers.

  4. Discussion on assignments in Phase 2: These may involve case studies, or critical analyses of sustainability-related topics.

  5. Project-based assessments in Phase 3: Learners may be required to develop and implement sustainable projects, demonstrating their ability to apply experiences and knowledge to real-world contexts.

Resources:

To support the learning process, the Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practice program provides various resources, which may include:

  1. Textbooks and reference materials: Learners have access to relevant books, articles, research papers, and online resources that cover fundamental and advanced concepts in sustainable practices.

  2. Online learning platforms: Digital platforms host learning materials, lecture recordings, discussion forums, and additional resources to support remote learning and engagement.

  3. Databases and research tools: Access to specialized databases, research tools, and software enables learners to gather and analyze data related to sustainability.

  4. Industry reports and case studies: Real-world industry reports and case studies offer insights into sustainable practices implemented by organizations and provide practical examples for analysis and discussion.

  5. Expert guest speakers: Invited guest speakers from various sectors share their experiences, insights, and best practices in sustainable practices, enriching the learning experience.

These learning goals, assessment methods, learning activities, and resources combine to provide a comprehensive and well-rounded education in applied sustainable practice for the Executive Master's program.

Disclaimer: Program Improvement Notice

Please be advised that the module of the Executive Master in Applied Sustainable Practices program and other related programs may undergo periodic improvements based on ongoing development, user feedback, and quality enhancement objectives. The institution responsible for these programs is committed to continuously improving the quality and effectiveness of its educational offerings.


These improvements may include but are not limited to updates, modifications, and enhancements to the program's curriculum, content, teaching methodologies, assessment techniques, and overall learning experience. The institution strives to ensure that the programs remain relevant, up-to-date, and aligned with industry standards and best practices in applied sustainable practices.


By enrolling in this program or any related program, you acknowledge and agree that the program's module is subject to improvements and changes from time to time for quality purposes, and that the institution has the discretion to determine the nature and scope of such improvements.


Please consult the program's terms and conditions, enrolment agreement, or related documentation for further details regarding your rights and obligations as a participant.

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