Blending Learning with Work and Technology (BLWT)

Programme Fees:

S$ 417.30 w/GST


S$ 417.30 w/GST

Permanent Resident

S$ 1,391.00 w/GST




35.0 Hours








Industry trends indicate an increase in the need for more Learning & Development (L&D) professionals to incorporate blended learning into programme design. The Blending Learning with Work and Technology (BLWT) programme thus, provides you not only with the ability to design blended learning elements into courseware, but also ensures that you are able identify workplace challenges and take business considerations into account. Emphasising on established methods, the programme aims to help you achieve successful implementation results in actual work environments and provides a foundation for further education.


Programme Features


Strong business-centric focus

The BLWT programme focuses on real-world business considerations for implementation within an actual workplace environment.


Emphasis on established methods

The IAL Blended Learning Guide (PDF, 6.18MB) is used as the reference for this programme. The guide focuses on designing learning around the various modes of classroom-based, workplace-based, work-based and technology-enabled learning. It provides concrete frameworks, tools and resources to help enterprises, training providers, curriculum and instructional designers embark on designing and implementing blended learning, to prepare and develop the workforce.


Building beyond a certificate

Graduates of this programme will be able to earn credits towards upcoming Specialist Diplomas in Tech-enabled Learning and Workplace Learning, to be offered by IAL.


Programme Coverage


BL1: Types of Blended Learning

Be introduced to the four types of learning from the IAL Blended Learning Guide and how blended learning can benefit businesses. Learn strategies that can be customised for use in different workrelated scenarios.


BL2: Business Considerations for Blended Learning

Learn what conditions are necessary for blended learning designs to be successful — integration, access, valuing, and flexibility. Scope for and apply design schemas for appropriate workplace scenarios to enhance the quality of training at the workplace.


BL3: Blended Learning Design & Development for Business

Giving consideration to business objectives, workplace dynamics, and learner profiling, design and develop a suitable learning programme for delivery.


BL4: Blended Learning Solutions for Business

Be introduced to various learning environments and corresponding instructional methods appropriate for use. Recommend technology-enabled tools to supplement learning support structures and help meet business objectives.


Practicum Component

Bring your knowledge into the real world - Design a blended learning course for a workbased business scenario. Deliver a presentation and discuss your coursework with your programme facilitator.


Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this programme will be able to:

  • Analyse current training practices at workplaces, incorporate blended learning and suggest improvements to business outcomes
  • Scope learning requirements for plausible workplace scenarios with considerations to the business
  • Implement targeted learning strategies to cater for different modes of learning, and contextualisation in accordance to learner profiles


Who Should Attend

The programme will benefit you if you are:

  • A professional looking to incorporate blended learning into a programme or organisation


Mode of Delivery


  • Delivered as in-classroom training, and leverages the use of technology
  • Facilitated activities, discussions, skills practice, reflective practice, e-portfolio, and feedback exchanges for learning purposes
  • Work-based project (practicum component) will give you ample opportunities for skills practice to incorporate blended learning in your workplace

Training and Assessment Hours

Module Training (Hours) Face-to-face Assessment (Hours)


Types of Blended Learning

7 (classroom)

1 (online)



Business Considerations for Blended Learning

7 (classroom)

1 (online)



Blended Learning Design & Development for Business

7 (classroom)

1 (online)



Blended Learning Solutions for Business

7 (classroom)

4 (online)


Practicum Component







Entry Requirements


To enrol, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Have completed the WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) programme
  • Have good English proficiency (English language at GCE ‘O’ Level of C6 and above, or WSQ Workplace Literacy skills of Level 6 and above)
  • Documentary evidence to show employment status and training engagement by training organisation/provider (e.g. e-mail correspondence, testimonial, training assignments contract)
  • Secured a Practicum Host Organisation (PHO)(Word, 20KB)


1It is a requirement for BLWT candidates to secure an organisation that is agreeable to function as a host for the undertaking of the practicum


Fees and Funding

Full Programme Fee Singaporeans / Permanent Residents


(Before subsidy)


(After 70% subsidy)

Programme fee covers training and assessment. The fee is inclusive of prevailing GST and subject to changes.

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