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Digital and Social Media Marketing Digital and Social Media Marketing
Microcredential

Digital and Social Media Marketing

Level up and discover the latest concepts and tools in digital and social media marketing to attract and engage customers and achieve your organisation's goals. [7 wks, avg 10 hrs/wk]

  • 13 Mar 23 - 30 Apr 23
  • 7 wks
  • Avg 10 hrs/wk
  • 2,676
  • Online
  • Online
Customer Centricity Customer Centricity
Short Course

Customer Centricity

Our half day workshop introduces participants to the core principles of Customer Centricity delivered by Dr. Christopher Brown from Marketculture, at UTS Business School on our Sydney CBD campus.

  • 22 Mar 23 - 22 Mar 23
  • 3 hrs
  • 3 hrs
  • 395
  • On-campus
  • On-campus
Rationality and Incentives in Decision Making Rationality and Incentives in Decision Making
Microcredential

Rationality and Incentives in Decision Making

Explore the fundamental principles of economic behaviour and decision making. [7 wks, avg 10 hrs/wk]

  • Unscheduled
  • 7 wks
  • Avg 10 hrs/wk
  • Online
  • Online
Introduction to Entrepreneurship Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Taster Course

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Get a glimpse into the world of entrepreneurship.

  • Start anytime
  • Self paced
  • Free
  • Online
  • Online
Problem Solving Problem Solving
Taster Course

Problem Solving

Learn tools, processes and methodologies to help you adapt to disruption and complex problems.

  • Start anytime
  • Self paced
  • Free
  • Online
  • Online
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