Why study RMIT Online’s Graduate Certificate in Workforce Transformation?

Become in demand across industries

In a dynamic world of constant disruption, be invaluable to organisations as you anticipate, shape and guide workforce transformation.

Designed for the future of organisations

RMIT Online’s cutting-edge qualification will give you the tools to upskill in your career and stay relevant now and in the future.

Tailor your degree through one of six electives

Our unique program structure offers you a choice of one of six electives covering contemporary issues and skills for HR and change professionals. 

Guide and lead workplaces through disruption

Change isn't going to come. It's already here.

The rapidly evolving landscape is disrupting workplaces, creating skills gaps and redefining expectations of workers. For HR, people and change professionals, it’s an opportunity to play a new and critical role in the shaping of the future workforce.

Whether anticipating, implementing or shaping these transformations, be a force for change with the RMIT Online Graduate Certificate of Workforce Transformation.

You’ll hone your skills in understanding how certain macro and micro disruptive forces interact in your business. You’ll learn how to draw on workforce data to generate insights and strategies that address the needs of businesses and involve the people within it. 

You’ll also benefit from RMIT’s strong industry connections and gain the latest tools to help you lead people and engage stakeholders toward new ways of working.

Co-designed with Deloitte and Workday

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Quick facts
Quick facts

3 core courses,
one elective

8 months intensive,

Jan, Mar, May, July, Aug, Oct

$4,080 per course, FEE-HELP available*

Program code: GC182KP20

^Number of courses and duration to be comprised depends on prior degree. Please see Entry Requirements or contact us for further details.

*Plus a capped Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) based on your credit point enrolment load.

What you will study

The Graduate Certificate in Workforce Transformation consists of three core courses and one elective.

Get more information about what you will learn in each of these courses.

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Entry requirements

RMIT Online postgraduate students must meet minimum academic requirements, and international students must have a proficient level of English. You can find more details below. 


Academic requirements
Entrance requirements for international applications
Recognition of Prior Learning


Prospective students will need to have:

  • An Australian bachelor's degree or equivalent, or higher-level qualification, in any discipline from a recognised tertiary institution*; or
  • No qualification with at least five years full-time experience working in human resources, change management, recruitment, training and development or a related role.

All applicants will be required to submit a curriculum vitae (CV).

*If your qualification was completed more than 10 years ago, you will need to provide evidence of ongoing professional work and/or professional development in the same discipline as the program for which you are seeking entry.

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International students are required to provide current evidence of English language proficiency for admission to RMIT University. For detailed information on English language requirements and other proficiency tests recognised by RMIT visit the English language requirements and equivalency information.

Australian Student Visas

RMIT's online Graduate Certificate in Workforce Transformation does not meet Australian student visa requirements. For an Australian student visa, you must have an on-campus place in a program of study. For more details on RMIT's on-campus programs, visit rmit.edu.au.

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Recognition of Prior Learning

RMIT assesses each student’s prior learning and qualifications to grant credit so you can complete your online postgraduate degree sooner. Your application will be decided on a case-by-case basis. RMIT aims to grant as much credit as possible at the time of offer, so it’s important to provide as much evidence of prior study and work experience as possible with your application.

Speak to our Enrolment Advisors to find out more.