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Design: Designing for Learning Design: Designing for Learning
Microcredential

Design: Designing for Learning

Explore learning design theories, models and approaches that will enrich the learner experience and enhance your professional practice.

  • 05 Aug 24 - 13 Sep 24
  • 6 wks
  • Avg 12 hrs/wk
  • 1,484
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Cybersecurity for Company Directors Cybersecurity for Company Directors
Short Course

Cybersecurity for Company Directors

A primer for directors on the cyber landscape and managing cyber breaches.

  • 22 Aug 24 - 22 Aug 24
  • 2 hrs
  • 2 hrs
  • 300
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Applied Data Analytics Applied Data Analytics
Microcredential

Applied Data Analytics

Experience this highly application-focused, deployment-driven capstone to our data analytics microcredential suite.

  • Enquire now
  • 10 wks
  • Avg 5 hrs/wk
  • 1,595
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Digital Strategy Digital Strategy
Short Course

Digital Strategy

Formulate and mobilise a digital strategy for your organisation. Get hands-on experience and learn about leading digital business frameworks, business model concepts, strategic practices and techniques.

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  • 1 day
  • 1 day
  • 750
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Journey Through Data Journey Through Data
Free Course

Journey Through Data

Engage with data systematically and strategically and learn how to tell a data story.

  • Start anytime
  • 2 hrs
  • Free
  • Online
  • 100% self-paced

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