Problem solving secures success

Problem solving is said to be one of the top three skills required for the modern workforce. Effective problem solving involves being able to work with others to understand an issue, and to identify and remove its causes. And if individuals and teams can do this, there’s no telling what an organisation can achieve.

Why earn a credential in problem solving?

Strong problem solving skills will go a long way to securing your success in a changing workforce. The Problem solving credential will:

Depending on which level you achieve the credential in, it could lead to credit towards a post-graduate qualification at Deakin.


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Problem solving

Bachelor-aligned

To earn the Problem solving Bachelor-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Identify, analyse and solve problems using a variety of approaches
  • Use experience and knowledge of existing problems and their solutions to assess a new problem and proposed solution
  • Monitor and report on the impacts or results from implementing a solution

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Problem solving

Pre Masters-aligned

To earn the Problem solving Pre Masters-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Display sound judgement when making decisions involving complex problems
  • Work with others to define complex problems and establish the most effective solutions
  • Evaluate problem solving processes and solutions to ensure optimal results
  • Guide others in using standard problem solving processes, technique and tools

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Problem solving

Masters-aligned

To earn the Problem solving Masters-aligned credential, you will need to demonstrate that you:

  • Devise new solutions by collating, analysing and synthesising research
  • Test solutions to resolve complex problems
  • Evaluate and review data and information to judge the effectiveness of solutions
  • Drive complex problem solving activities that improve your organisation’s systems, capabilities or performance

To learn more about this level, please download the Masters-aligned guide

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