Future Skills of the Workforce – Self-management & Learning

The skills required to be successful in the workforce of the future are changing rapidly.  This course will help students prepare themselves for this future with a focus on their own approach to learning and self-management within the workplace context.

Created by Damian Hecker
Last updated 10/2019


  • 4 lessons
  • 39 individual learning topics
  • Success Criteria and Course Guidebook
  • 5 self-assessment quizzes
  • Over 90 minutes of bite sized learning videos
What you'll learn
  • How to be an autonomous and independent worker
  • How to effectively manage your time and set goals
  • How to identify strengths and build a workplace learning plan
  • How to develop a networking strategy
  • How to be a workplace problem solver
  • How to develop a career vision
  • You Tube access
  • Effective internet connectivity
  • Some workplace experience is an advantage
  • 4 - 6 hours of online learning time
  • Students require a working email address to set up their account. If your students don't have an email address, don't worry - we can manually set these up for a small admin fee
Student feedback


With the changing face of technology and its impact on the workplace, learning on the job is expected to account for 30% of our time at work by 2025. This means young people must start learning the skills to be an effective, independent and autonomous worker now – this course will provide learners with all of the tools necessary to do exactly that.

Covering learning areas such as workplace strengths, time management and goal setting, the skills of being an autonomous and independent worker and workplace learning strategies this course will provide all young people with the tools to step into the workforce with competence and confidence.

Designed by Leaders of Evolution Director of Learning and Development – Damian Hecker, this course taps into Damian’s passion for workplace learning as well as contemporary research from the Foundation for Young Australians and Deloitte.

By the end of this course learners will have a clear direction on how they can be an effective, autonomous and independent worker – now and into the future.