19 May 2020
As a result of the ongoing partnership with the University of Glasgow, the Chamber is pleased to make members aware of a limited number of funded places on two business courses being run by the university as part of its Upskilling Project.
Both online business courses are delivered via Future Learn over 10 weeks and give you the opportunity to gain new skills and academic credit. The funded places are made possible by the Scottish Funding Council, who aim to support ‘greater innovation in the economy’ and ‘support employees and employers to upskill and reskill’.
The first course available is Change Management, it is a validated ten credit course, delivered as part of the existing Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme - targeting professionals to address personal leadership and managerial skills in order to assist in managing complex change scenarios.
The second course is Project Management. This course is targeted at graduate, managerial or professional employees. It provides practical tools and techniques that can be used in the workplace - underpinned with a theoretical base. Project management is an internationally recognised business model to implement change, the course is useful to anyone who wants to leverage existing or acquired knowledge and understanding to accelerate their careers, or is aspiring to move upward to more senior managerial roles.
These courses have been offered to help with the upskilling of Glasgow’s workforce and the city’s recovery after COVID19. There are also funded places available on 5 other Microcredential courses including Health Economics, The Impact of Trauma and Leadership in Healthcare.
To find out more and apply to secure your funded place click here
Or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
*Please quote 'Glasgow Chamber of Commerce’ in your application