The focus on employer engagement has grown in recent years, not least with the publication of the Leitch report (PDF) in 2006 which stressed the link between the economic productivity of the country and higher level skills.
Kingston University can help you to develop your staff through professional and executive education and training.
Our flexible and tailored approach ensures that an individual's learning goals are aligned to your business-specific goals.
Find out more about workforce development at Kingston University.
If you are looking to develop academic skills or specific subject knowledge; need to support professional development at work; or simply wish to pursue a hobby or personal interest, we have a wide variety of accredited and non-accredited courses to suit you across:
For a full list of our short courses, download our short courses guide (PDF).
If you are working and are interested in gaining a university-level qualification based around your work, work-based learning could be a convenient and effective option, bringing benefits to both you and your organisation.
Businesses can contribute to tuition fees and become part of a staff retention and development strategy.
For almost a decade, the University has offered masters awards by learning agreement (MALA framework) – a range of flexible masters degrees which are designed around a negotiated learning agreement.
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