Keep your skills up to date with online courses designed for professionals

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Online courses for continuing professional development

Completion of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) courses means that both academic and practical qualifications do not become out-dated, allowing professionals to continually up-skill, regardless of their occupation, age or educational level.

The Digital Education Service offers a collection of high-quality online courses, specifically designed for professionals interested in continuing professional development (CPD).

Online courses for professionals explore a wide variety of subjects and are hosted on FutureLearn and Coursera. The University is able to develop online courses for external institutions and accredited bodies worldwide.

Explore the full collection of online courses for professionals.

How do they work?

Each course is separated into different weeks, with approximately 4 hours of learning per week.

The content of the course is structured around various activities, including videos, articles, interactive assets and assessments.

At the end of the course, learners can evidence their professional development with certificates available in both digital and printed format.

Why develop an online course for professionals?

Developing an online course for professionals is the ideal solution if the objectives are to:

  • Promote a new or a current postgraduate degree to a wider international audience.
  • Showcase a relationship with a professional body.
  • Provide a cost efficient solution to training a large number of employees.

If you want to know more about our online courses for professionals, or for an informal discussion contact our Business Development team.

What our learners say

“Thanks for this very high quality course. I’ve been working on the subject for some years and this was excellent and refreshing.
I don’t need to fill out the “help us improve” questionnaire because there is nothing to improve.
It’s a great course !
Thanks !”

Denis Rothman, Innovation Management: Winning in the Age of Disruption