Develop your skills in your own time

12 June 2018

PCC e-learning courses allow you to cultivate your expertise in your own time without having to leave your desk or office.

Our courses are easy to access through our user friendly online platform and cover a variety of topics.

Our most popular courses include:

Grammar and effective writing helps you to discover the underlying rules and conventions of writing, consider the impact of your writing decisions and develop your own writing and editing skills.

Presentation skills explores how verbal, visual and non-verbal communication skills contribute to effective presentations while considering your audience, goals and the wider context. You'll also discover how to manage nerves and stay on message in some of the most challenging situations.

Leadership skills will help you to develop your leadership skills and use them to provide direction for your team. The course also includes how to manage cross-functional teams and write effective mission statements.

Thinking strategically shows you why strategy is important to all professionals, and offers tips to help you to think strategically within your organisation.

Project management focuses on the principles of good project management and how they can be applied in every role. It traces the step by step journey of a project from inception to review.

See a list of our courses here.

Courses can be purchased via our website or we can issue an invoice. PCC subscribers can access e-learning as part of their support package. For more information about our e-learning courses, please contact enquiries@pcc-cic.org.uk

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