Bachelor of Learning Management (B.LM) is a new pre-service teacher education degree program designed to train teachers to be knowledge workers for the 21st century. The B.LM, a radical departure from traditional teacher education programs, was developed and is delivered as a partnership between the university and various state and private education providers. It has created and draws upon new bodies of teacher education knowledge, reflecting a changed world and a new paradigm for teachers in the 21st century. The Noosa Teacher Education campus is a futures-based teacher education facility delivering the B.LM in partnership with Education Queensland. The campus aims to prepare graduate teachers who are industry ready, yet skilled to cope with constant change and technological innovation.
Lynch, D & Smith, R 2002, 'Bachelor of Learning Management: a teacher training course', Classroom, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 26-27.