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Our distance learning courses were made for the student who is looking to study while working or looking after a family at the same time. We have a wide range of accredited courses and provider programs. They come in the form of Diplomas, Certificates, and Short Courses. These courses can help you to find a good job, improve your skills in the workplace, and put you in line in for a promotion.
What better way to start off your career than to have an accredited qualification on your CV? Having the right accredited qualification shows that you have been properly trained in the field you are looking to work in. This makes having the right qualification an important step on your way to finding your dream job.
We have accredited courses in Financial Management, Business Management, Office Management, Public Sector Accounting
When you choose accredited courses through Skills Academy, you are choosing study material that has been carefully checked by a government education department. They have checked that we have a full, supportive program in place to give our students the best chance of passing. This is how you know you will be receiving a quality education.
Non-Accredited Courses (Provider Programs)
We understand how important accredited courses are, but provider programs can really help your career as well. You could learn great skills through courses that do not cost a lot of money. You can benefit from these courses by improving your skills. This can benefit you in the workplace and help you to do your job better. This could be the reason you get promoted or find a better job, because it shows that you want to better yourself in your field.
Provider Programs can be created by us, or bought from other suppliers of distance learning study material. These courses are broken up into three levels: Short Course, Proficiency Certificate and Comprehensive Certificate. Every course level includes more modules and is more difficult than the one before it. You could decide to start off with a short course and then build on with
Last Updated: October 15, 2019