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The University of Liverpool Continuing Education announce a new programme of short courses, seminars and workshops

The University of Liverpool Continuing Education (CE) team are delighted to announce a new programme of short courses, seminars and workshops, providing accessible high-quality learning for the Merseyside region.

The new courses – taught online in the university’s virtual classroom – ensure students enjoy the benefits of engagement with both tutors and their peers from the comfort of their own home.

Included in the university’s offering are a range of courses across the arts world, such as Sculpture in Liverpool; Writing Novels and Short Stories; Analysing Film: Hitchcock & Mastering Suspense; and Phantasmagoria: Liverpool on Film, 1897-1957.

For those looking to enhance their business acumen, there are also courses on a range of industry topics, such as Beyond rationality: how superstition affects investment decisionsBuilding Relationships; and Developing Emotional Intelligence and Resilience.

And as the world begins to open up once again, those looking to travel can learn some of the world’s most widely spoken and influential languages through Open Languages – the University’s initiative to increase language learning in the region, with courses on Arabic, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Mandarin and others on offer. The language courses will be taught on campus rather than online.

The University of Liverpool Continuing Education announce a new programme of short courses, seminars and workshops

Participants will also have access to a wide range of the University’s academic support and, on completion, will be awarded with a formal University of Liverpool Certificate of Engagement that acknowledges their professional and personal development.

Dr Glenn Godenho, Academic Director of Continuing Education, said:

“After a successful year for CE, we have decided to continue with online learning for the coming Academic year. Our innovative approach makes use of video conferencing and a sophisticated virtual learning environment to provide students with a high-quality learning experience that is expected from the University of Liverpool.

This year’s programme is as diverse as ever, with a variety of fascinating courses to choose from. Students can learn about our galaxy, the City on film, ancient Rome, the Left in Irish history, film analysis and English and European literature. Or you may want to learn programming or enhance your work skills? With more courses being released in the coming months, there is a lot to choose from.

The courses are open to everyone, and with no prior qualifications needed; people can join for the sheer enjoyment of learning about a subject that they’re interested in.

If you would like to learn more about the courses on offer, visit the University of Liverpool’s Continuing Education website or follow the Continuing Education team on Twitter and on Facebook.

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