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The University of Leeds is a member of the prestigious Russell group in the UK whose mission is to deliver world-class education alongside globally important research.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Causes of Human Disease: Exploring Cancer and Genetic Disease

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    A free course that examines the genetic basis of cancer and genetic diseases. This includes a focus on DNA; genes and proteins; how mistakes are made; and how this can lead to human disease.

  • Causes of Human Disease: Understanding Cardiovascular Disease

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    An overview of the cardiovascular system and normal cardiovascular function. Description of risk factors; treatments and preventative measures associated with cardiovascular disease; diabetes and hypertension.

  • Causes of Human Disease: Nutrition and Environment

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    An overview of how nutrition and environmental factors including lifestyle influence your chance of developing human disease.

  • Defining the concept of culture

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    This course introduces the concepts of culture and interculturality. It analyses these terms and examines why they and our wider understandings of culture can be problematic. It explores the difference between Culture (what we commonly describe as the arts) and culture as a way of understanding different environments. It examines the way in which cultures by their very nature create in groups and out groups and then moves on to look at ways to observe; classify and describe interactions between cultures.

  • Intercultural contact

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course explores how the notion of intercultural contact is best understood and looks at the relationship between nationality and culture. It introduces the idea of small culture and discusses: What is the relationship between nationality and culture? What is a small culture?

  • Crossing borders

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course explores the role of borders in intercultural contact; considering them as both ways of separating people and of bringing them together. It contrasts national borders with less obvious; but no less significant; cultural borders occurring both between and within nation states. It also explores different types of border crossings; comparing; for example; the experiences of international students and migrant workers with those of refugees.

  • Language and culture

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course examines the relationship between language; nationality and cultural identity. It analyses why language is a social construction and how it relates to cultural identity. It addresses such questions as: What is a language? Does language shape the way we think? What do we mean by being polite? Is it always possible to translate into another language? What effect does language loss have on cultural identity?

  • Effective Fundraising and Leadership in Arts and Culture

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    This course explores two topics related to fundraising and leadership: visualising an effective organisation; and developing an enterprising organisation. You will explore what makes an effective and authentic arts and cultural organisation (ACOs); and consider how you can put this learning into practice in your own organisation.

  • The Branding of Culture

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course examines an aspect of marketing through the ways branding makes use of cultural stereotypes to promote products or places. On the course learners consider the effects this might have on national and cultural identity and explore how some products are becoming decoupled from their culture of origin whilst others are localised. The course explores the way in which nations use “soft power” through spreading of cultural products and practices; to influence the behaviour of people across the globe. It also examines the idea of cultural imperialism and assesses the ways in which it is resisted.

  • Blended Learning Essentials: Digitally-Enriched Apprenticeships

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    This course explores how digital tools and technologies can be used to enrich apprenticeships in the vocational education sector and help prepare apprentices for the modern workplace. The course shows how to weave in digital resources across the whole apprentice journey from preparation to end-point assessment. It navigates through the Jisc Apprenticeship Toolkit stages of Preparation; Planning; Delivery and Assessment which will help you develop your own designs for a digitally-enriched apprenticeship programme.

  • Transport Systems: Global Issues and Future Innovations

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course explores how the transport sector can develop infrastructures that meet the needs of a 21st century population. It introduces learners to traffic engineering and modelling; and examines the role of transport professionals in designing solutions for the future. It explores how by harnessing technological innovations; transport systems might address issues caused by transportation worldwide – how the sector can reduce its carbon footprint; become sustainable; reduce pollution and improve the health and safety of citizens globally. Throughout the course; learners consider real-life case studies and how to address challenges currently facing those working in the transport industry.

  • Transport Systems: Global Issues and Future Innovations

    Online Course | University of Leeds

    University of Leeds

    The course explores how the transport sector can develop infrastructures that meet the needs of a 21st century population. It introduces learners to traffic engineering and modelling; and examines the role of transport professionals in designing solutions for the future. It explores how; by harnessing technological innovations; transport systems might address issues caused by transportation worldwide – how the sector can reduce its carbon footprint; become sustainable; reduce pollution and improve the health and safety of citizens globally. Throughout the course; learners consider real-life case studies and how to address challenges currently facing those working in the transport industry.

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University of Leeds
University of Leeds
Woodhouse Lane
Leeds
LS2 9JT

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