The working world is rapidly evolving. In the last few years, employees have had to adapt and embrace upcoming trends to keep their workplace skills relevant. In this blog post, we share why it’s worth studying an online professional course to stay ahead of your continuous professional development.
Enhance your CV
In a recent CPD Research Project survey, 92% of individuals believed CPD helped them in their career and made them more employable. That’s where our online professional courses come in. These CPD Certification Service-accredited qualifications act as part of your CPD training log – and what’s more, you’ll receive 20 academic credits at postgraduate level upon completion. So, you can sharpen your CV and enhance your career prospects in just 13 weeks!
Flexible courses to fit around your commitments
Our online professional courses are delivered 100% online and part-time, so there’s no need to take a career break. You’ll enjoy flexibility and diversity with our purpose-built virtual learning environment (VLE), which is home to lecturecasts and discussion forums, and accessible 24-7 so everyone can work at their desired pace.
Boost your knowledge across a range of areas
With options available in Business, Computing and Health, there are plenty of avenues to take your career to the next level.
Business online professional courses
- Marketing Strategy and Management
- Management: Principles and Practices
- Project Management Techniques
Computing online professional courses
Health online professional courses
Taking your career to new heights with an online professional course
Designed with employability in mind, online professional courses help you refresh your skillset in your current career or a role you wish to excel in. Taking the initiative to invest in your future will help ensure you have a competitive edge. Alternatively, you may wish to use your new qualification to advance on to postgraduate education.
So, the question is, are you ready to reach your full potential?
If the answer is yes, find the online professional course for you to get ahead in your career.
- (Amanda Rosewarne, CPD Research Project, www.whatiscpd.com)