Flexible Options; Employment FOCUS If You're Wanting to Start a Course to Boost Your Job or Career Prospects, the University of Paisley Might Just Have What You're Looking For

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Flexible Options; Employment FOCUS If You're Wanting to Start a Course to Boost Your Job or Career Prospects, the University of Paisley Might Just Have What You're Looking For


KEEPING up with latest developments is becoming increasingly important to help employers and employees maintain their competitiveness.

Inresponse to this, the University of Paisley has developed innovative and flexible programmes of study aimed at people who already have full-time commitments.

Students can choose to study during the day, in the evenings, at weekends or even via distance learning to achieve their career or personal goals. There are still a few places left for this September's intake.

Beginners level to postgraduate level courses are offered across the university's campuses in Ayr, Dumfries, Hamilton and Paisley. The university's part-time provision, co-ordinated by the Centre for Lifelong Learning, offers access to a wide range of study options across areas including business, computing, information technology, engineering, science, languages and media.

The university's Exploring Events module, which is running at Paisley Campus, is a particularly popular option and provides knowledge of the event industry. Other popular options running this September at Paisley Campus are Human Rights Law and Introduction to Accounting.

The university's module in Organisational Behaviour, which can be studied at Paisley Campus and Crichton University Campus, Dumfries, equips students with an appreciation of the challenges of working in modern organisations.

Available for study at the campus in Hamilton is the Managing People at Work module, which gives an overview of the whole field of human resource management and an introduction to its specific techniques. …

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