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UniSQ UpSkill

Accelerate your career with short course professional learning

Explore the possibilities with learning built for you. Study your way and gain credentials anywhere, anytime.

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Professional Conversations – Coaching

100% online

4 weeks

For credit

Next intake 27 Oct 2024

Why UniSQ UpSkill?


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    At the start of March, I commenced a short course at the University of Southern Queensland to help me understand a bit more about my business venture. I received a nice surprise in my inbox today. Receiving badge means I have successfully completed the course. More importantly, I have created relevant content that will have direct application in my business
    Stewart E
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    I really enjoyed the Ethical Leadership Path short course.. – lots of great resources to get you thinking about how to promote ethical leadership in the workplace (also excited to have achieved my first ever digital badge!!)
    Lucy R
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    I recently completed a short course in Creativity in Entrepreneurship. It was such an eye opener to define creativity within my business as an artist and look at new ways of working. It was also very valuable to learn to monitor and analyse how changes to my studio practice affect my business success. I will be following a new professional development plan based on these learnings and am looking forward to measuring the outcomes over the next year.
    Katie W
    Visual Artist

Why UniSQ?

A recognised leader in online and blended education, the University of Southern Queensland is renowned for our supportive environment and student-focused commitment to learning and teaching.
UniSQ UpSkill is an initiative of the university, and focuses on shorter pieces of learnings. To learn more about UniSQ and the University's full degree offerings, please go to the UniSQ website.
The University of Southern Queensland acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands and waterways where the University is located. Further, we acknowledge the cultural diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and pay respect to Elders past, present and future.
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