Cost effective, any time, any place, online executive training for upskilling and career development
A new platform for executive education has been launched to deliver cost effective upskilling and career development that is accessible online, on any device, at any time, from any location.
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The platform brings together a portfolio of new digital first, fully accredited, executive education programmes including:
The Digital Pilot’s Licence (DPL): the first modular programme aimed at developing a resilient workforce as organisations rethink work and emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.
The Digital Marketing Accelerator: An online professional certificate in digital marketing accredited by OMCP
Business Blockchain Accelerator: The only business-focused blockchain programme which leaves participants well-informed and confident in decision-making
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More programmes will be announced shortly.
The programmes have been informed by research carried out amongst organisations of all sizes across multiple sectors to ascertain the skills required for retraining and upskilling employees in today’s markets. The Accelerator Platform has been designed as a resource for modern managers and workers. It helps organisations upskill their existing teams and aids executives by enhancing their employability or enabling them to retrain following redundancy. Consequently, all programmes focus on disruptive business processes or emerging technology.
Heather McGregor, Executive Dean, Edinburgh Business School, says:
“Right topic, right place, right price. Three critical aspects to training today. Accessible education has always been at the heart of our offering and it is important to us that we continue to facilitate this. We are therefore excited by our digital-first Accelerator programmes as they will disrupt the market and fundamentally change how we think about executive short-course training.”