Duration: 45 minutes

Learn about the needs computer users. Create healthy workstations and environments in office spaces.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn about procedures for the safe use of chemicals in the workplace.
Duration: 1.5 - 2hours

Learn about procedures for the safe use of equipment (including tools and machinery), in the workplace.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about procedures for the safe manual handling of a variety of objects in the workplace.
Duration: 1 hour

Understand why and when special arrangements must be made for lone workers to optimise their health and safety.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about procedures followed in the workplace to control workplace health and safety practices.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about the nature and scope of clothing and equipment used in industry to ensure and optimise workplace health and safety. Learn about personal protective equipment such as ear, eye, hand, body, lung, foot, skin protection.
Duration: 45 minutes

Proactively learn about standard signs and hand signals used in Workplace Health and Safety through structured activity.
Duration: 30 minutes

Learn about workplace health and safety legislation through research. Each country, state and territory has developed its own Workplace Health & Safety legislation. This legislation is subject to change or revision. It is therefore very important that you have an understanding of the legislation that is relevant to your country, state or territory, and to the specific industry you are involved in, or aim to be involved in.
Duration: 3 hours

Learn the essentials in workplace health and safety practices. This course is necessary for anyone who works in identifying hazards and conducting risk assessments, maintaining safety through auditing and basic workplace first aid practices.
Duration: 4 hours

Learn how to manage people and relationships for positive and productive outcomes in projects.

Duration: 1.5Hours

Controlling a project is a process that involves gathering and analysing information, in order to make the best decisions as a project progresses.
Duration: 4 hours

Learn about Project Management -- what it includes, use, basic terms, and how to get started.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about feasibility studies, SWOT analysis, types of risks and threats, and more.
Duration: 30Mins-1Hour

Project Management is one of those jobs that look as though it is “common sense”. Anyone could do it. But is that true?
Duration: 1 hour

Implementing a project successfully differs from ending the actual management process. Just because a project is at its end it does not mean that the business is benefiting from the program that was implemented. The end product may not meet the project’s initial aims and objective.
Duration: 5 hours

Assess the importance of business control systems utilising IT integration into financial management; prepare, read and interpret annual statements, appreciate the importance of budgetary control.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Explain the economic environment in which businesses operate.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Examine the process and analyse approaches to strategy formation and implementation.
Duration: 2 hours

Examine the process and analyse approaches to strategic planning.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about methods that may be used for effective team building by a leader. Leaders are team builders, and a leader derives power from the attitude which the team hold towards him or her. The leader has a responsibility to respond to that power and appropriate responses will facilitate the pursuit of team goals and the team’s performance of tasks. In effect, the leader enables effective collaboration between individuals and in so doing, builds a team.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn strategies of managing and solving workplace problems. A large part of a supervisor’s job is to solve problems. Problems are solved by making and implementing decisions.
Course Duration: 4 hours

Teams need leaders. Leaders need skills. Good leadership enhances the effectiveness of group, improves efficiency, increases the likelihood of success and results in a higher level of satisfaction for all concerned. Good leadership contributes to order and improves productivity by influencing the way in which resources (human and material) are used. Leadership is a skill which can be learned. This course provides an overview of nature and scope of leadership in a variety of contexts.
Duration: 2 hours

Good leaders are not necessarily born with leadership qualities; however certain traits such as self-confidence and enthusiasm will certainly be an advantage. With this course you will learn what is required in a leader in different leadership situations.
Duration: 2 hours

Leadership is all about relationships, and the ability to form and manage relationships is key to leadership success. With this course you will learn how to manage interpersonal relationships in support of effective leadership.
Duration: 2 hours

We are all capable of different kind of thinking and apply different approaches to different situations. We might use more imaginative, liberal thinking when planning an advertising campaign and use logical, systematic thinking when we are planning a budget. Select appropriate thought processes to follow in order to deal with different leadership problems.

Duration: 3 hours

Learn about the meaning of terms and processes associated with Criminal Law and Torts (Civil Law).
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about the meaning of Business Law and the processes involved in the formation of simple contracts.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn legal terminology associated with the areas of family law, bankruptcy, insurance, and accident compensation.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn about the scope and nature of terminology used in law and allied professions.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn about different legal systems worldwide and discuss the role of International Law.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn about the meaning of property law and its processes.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Learn about legal occupations and roles.
Duration: 2 hours

Learn common terms and processes related to wills, probate, estate law and trusts.
Duration: 2 - 3 hours

Simply stated, personal energy is the amount of stamina or vigour you have to complete a given task or engage in a particular activity. It is useful to think in terms of three types of personal energy: physical, intellectual, and emotional. In this course you will learn about the nature and scope of Personal Energy.
Duration: 1.5 hours

Stress and time management are both helpful in avoiding burnout and other negative outcomes.In this course you will learn what the limits are, and the role that personal energy plays.
Duration: 2 hours

In this course you will learn about the most common falsehoods regarding personal energy management.

Duration: 2 hours

How is your overall personal energy level at this very moment? How much of a role do you feel it plays in your ability to accomplish things on the job? With this course, you will learn about the most important factors that impact personal energy supply.


Duration: 2 hours

Workers may be divided into two categories: "Seekers" and "Avoiders". With this course, you will learn what each category consists of and their advantages/disadvantages.


Duration: 3 hours

High achievers report that that there are numerous activities or events which tend to strongly augment their energy supply. These include engaging in creative activities, participating in productive meetings, accomplishing something of substantial importance. With this course you will learn to identify actions taken by high achievers to enhance their energy.
Duration: 2 hours

The fact is that relatively few people focus on the emotional and intellectual energies and fewer still share their thoughts about this topic with other individuals. When most people think about personal energy, they consider little if anything beyond its physical aspects as almost all formal references to energy have to do with its physical dimensions. With this course, you will learn the significance of these two crucial kinds of personal energy: emotional and intellectual.