Types of Courses

Need to know more about the Types of courses we offer here at Skills Academy? Here we explain in detail what you can expect from each type of course.

Short Courses

Short courses are condensed training programmes designed to give you an introduction to a certain subject, or to teach you new skills in your field or profession. Taking a short course is an easy and fun way to study.

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Proficiency Certificate Courses

Taking a proficiency certificate course is a great way for you to develop a good understanding of a subject, learn new skills, or gain important work-related knowledge. A proficiency certificate course will help you to become more proficient in your area of work.

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Skills Certificate Courses

A skills certificate course is meant to help you develop a certain level of expertise. It is more intense, more comprehensive, and longer in duration than a skills certificate course. A skills certificate course is a great choice for the more serious student.

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Expert Certificate Courses

Expert Certificate courses are designed to give you in-depth training and instruction in your field of work or interest. Some expert certificate courses will greatly enhance your future work prospects, and may help you to start building a career. Having an expert certificate course on your CV is often a great way to prove to prospective employers that you are competent in your field.

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Accredited Courses

Accredited courses are training programmes recognised and approved by external qualification authorities. An accredited course consequently offers you a certified qualification in your field of study.

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Last Updated: December 5, 2017

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