Information, Communication & Media: Professional Development
Aberdeen Business School has always been at the forefront in responding to the growing need for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The School offers a variety of ways of studying (part-time, open and online) which help to meet the variety of CPD needs of those who are already in employment.
Most of these modules on our postgraduate courses can be taken on a free-standing basis and may contribute to your own Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Since these modules form part of an assessed learning programme they provide you with an accredited qualification as well as giving you up-to-date knowledge in the subject area of your choice.
- Accounting & Finance/Business Administration/Law/Marketing - £1,050 each
- Project Management/Construction Law & Arbitration/MSc Oil & Gas Accounting/MSc Strategic Quality & Performance Management modules - £1,120 each
- LLM Oil & Gas Law Modules - £1,050 each
- Info Management/HR Management/Communications & Media - £880 to £910 each
- Public Policy - £880 each
For more information on CPD opportunities at Aberdeen Business School email ABSpostgrad@rgu.ac.uk.
Courses labelled Professional Development@RGU are delivered online.
Databases can be found everywhere, and are a powerful way of handling information, but not enough people know how to design and use them efficiently. Using practical exercises in MS Access and MySQL, learn how to turn this versatile tool to your best advantage.
This short course was developed in partnership with industry representatives with responsibility for Document Control in the Oil and Gas sector. It is designed to enable new entrants to this job role from any discipline.
This module is suitable for people working in a range of sectors such as energy, retail and the public sector. It is particularly relevant to those who may input to decisions regarding the deployment of Information Technology or who have an interest the successful contribution of Information Technology towards achieving organisational objectives.
The module will give you the ability to identify and explain the principles that underlie the labelling and structuring of information in a wide variety of contexts.
This module will equip you with the skills to disseminate information to clients, using the up-to-date technologies expected of a modern information service. It will also help you make your service more visible to your target audience, and encourage their interaction in optimising the service.
This is suitable for those interested in an archive or records management role or with administrative experience who wish to develop their knowledge and skills. Particularly relevant to information governance issues involved in the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts.