Learning at Work Week is an annual weeklong event organised by the Campaign for Learning and employers.  This year’s theme is Learning Power which emphasises the impact of continual learning on individual, team, and organisational development and performance. Against a backdrop of an aging workforce and accelerated technological advancement, ongoing professional development is increasingly important for organisational productivity. Nottingham Business School are a triple internationally accredited with Small Business Charter accreditation. We have a portfolio of short courses and on-line micro-credentials designed to support the ongoing development needs of you and your workforce:

Women as Transformational Leaders.

This 3-day short course is designed for female leaders in organisations across sectors with at least 3 years of leadership experience who want to develop their capability to be a purpose driven leader and agent of change.

Course start dates:

4th June 2024

3rd October 2024

Click here to apply for this course.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Fundamental to achieving inclusion is an awareness of the varied ways in which people differ in how they experience the world around them, including the workplace. This course raises awareness and equips participants to support existing or future neurodivergent colleagues in their team and to harness their unique talents.

Course start dates:

11th June 2024

25th June 2024

Click here to register via our on-line store.

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace

This course aims to recruit participants from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.  Suitable participants will be those with an interest in diversity, discrimination, and inclusivity in relation to the employment context.

Course start date: 4th June 2024

Click here to register via our on-line store.

On-line Micro-credentials

Our online micro credentials are designed to upskill you for work without the time and cost commitment of a full degree. They can be used as an independent certification, or you can build towards a Post Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management Practice.

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Helen Lambert a Nottingham Business School short course alumnus has this to say about the impact our Women in Leadership short course had on her continuing professional development:

“The Women in Leadership course was a fantastic experience, it gave insight and empowerment for women as leaders and the ability to share ideas and learn and gain insight from other women in leadership, it was extremely empowering and the coaching sessions were a great support for boosting my confidence, believing in my ability and seeing things from a completely different perspective and having new ideas, tools and skills to deal with situations.”

Why not get started in Learning at Work Week by enrolling on one of our short courses; signing up for a free micro credentials taster; or contact us at [email protected] or on 0115 848 8139 to arrange a conversation about how we can support your individual, team, or organisation’s development.