Non-Accredited Courses

We offer several non-accredited courses in a variety of subjects that are intended to promote an individual's well-being. Furthermore, these courses provide a holistic approach when it comes to career development and personal growth. 

Assertiveness is a fundamental tool in every sector of our life, be it at home, at your workplace, with your partner or at school. Assertiveness facilitates c...

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Teamwork is essential to ensure that all employees or members of a group follow one vision, recognise one leader, achieve set goals, tackle challenges ...

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Workplace bullying is defined as the persistent pattern of mistreatment with the intention of mentally or physically damaging an individual. There are differe...

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Managing Change

8 hours

Change is inevitable. It signifies that we're moving forward in whatever we're pursuing. Organisations are constantly changing, whether they voluntari...

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Coaching and mentoring have, nowadays, become established professions. This course is aimed at those who would like to develop the necessary skills to become ...

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Effective communication is essential for a company's success. An individual demonstrates strong communication skills when he/she can convey information to...

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Consumer Behaviour

On Request

This course is ideal for those who would like to gain a deeper understanding of consumer behaviour. Consumer behaviour is the study of individuals and gr...

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Customer Care

On Request

Customer service is the provision of services to a client before a purchase, during the purchasing process, and after the purchase has been made. The definiti...

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A challenging co-worker is someone who, consciously or unconsciously, disrupts his colleague’s advancement and productivity in the workplace. A negative...

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Decision Making

On Request

This course gives individuals, managers and leaders the ability to make calculated business decisions, even when facing the challenge of having limited r...

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Power and authority are differing concepts. Power is the capacity of an agent to influence the behaviour of a target. Authority consists of formalised rights,...

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Emotional intelligence is the ability to express emotions and to handle interpersonal relationships empathically and rationally. Emotional intelligence is key...

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The term ‘health and safety’ comprises of a body of law that protects the health, safety and welfare of the general public and defined sectors of ...

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Employee Motivation

On Request

Employee motivation, i.e. methods for motivating employees - can be defined as an intrinsic and internal drive that encourages the employee to increase their ...

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Your career’s success depends on building positive workplace relationships. Without a shadow of a doubt, relationships can positively or negatively impa...

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Leadership is the ability to identify, integrate, understand and reflectively manage other people's feelings, in addition to your own. Management is the c...

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Managing Creativity

On Request

While a lot of people associate the notion of creativity with art, few realise that its application is not that restrictive. Every human being is capable of c...

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Managing Priorities

On Request

Goals are general guidelines of what you want to achieve. They are usually long-term and influence your view of the future.  Objectives define the steps ...

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Project Management

On Request

Project management involves initiating, planning, executing and controlling the work of a team to reach pre-determined goals according to a timeline. The main...

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Sales Techniques

On Request

Selling is a transaction which involves the exchange of money for a good or service. During the selling process, the seller attempts to convince the buyer tha...

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Strategic management is the planning, monitoring and analysis of all those elements which a company needs to reach its goals. Organisations are forced to cont...

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Supervisory Skills

On Request

A supervisor serves as a link between the subordinates and the upper management. Such a role involves coaching new employees, coming up with new, creative ide...

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Time Management

On Request

Time management is the process of organising and dividing your time between different activities. Working smarter – and not harder – depends on a ...

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Critical thinking

On Request

Critical thinking is the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue to form a judgment. Critical thinking has two main components:   ...

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A class that instils skills such as leadership and excellent communication provides a strong foundation for young people’s professional and personal liv...

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Interpersonal skills refer to the ability to communicate and interact well with others. These include the arts of persuasion, active listening, delegation and...

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Parenting skills

On Request

A parent’s goal should be to let their child explore, learn, love and figure out their passions in life. If you feel a bit lost regarding how you should...

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Personal empowerment involves building confidence and finding the strength within yourself to reach your full potential. By making positive choices and s...

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Values are standards of behaviour and an individual’s judgement of what they view as important in their life. Some common examples are responsibility, c...

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Psychology aims to explain mental phenomena. There are six main approaches when it comes to analysing human behaviour. These will all be explored du...

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Stress management

On Request

Stress is a mental or emotional state resulting from a mismatch between the perceived demands and the individual's ability to cope.   There ar...

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Support and empathy

On Request

This course explores the concept of empathy and how to implement it in all areas of life. Empathy is the ability to understand other people's feeling...

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Training is defined as teaching or developing skills to improve expertise in a particular area. Training the trainee typically involves the trainer, who ...

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Substance abuse is patterned drug use in which the user consumes the substance in substantial amounts or using methods which are harmful to himself/herse...

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Work-life balance

On Request

The term 'work-life balance' describes proper prioritisation of work (career and ambition) and an individual’s lifestyle (health and family). Th...

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