Every professional needs to be working at the top of their game to keep a successful business moving forward.
At University Centre, we understand this and offer a host of professional courses to keep you up to date with current industry knowledge, skills and procedures. Our courses cover business, law, accounting, people management and leadership. Depending on your course, you will be awarded a diploma or certificate.
Accounting and bookkeeping
The Association for Accounting Technicians (AAT) is the world’s leading professional body for accountants and bookkeepers. Available at Level 1, 2, 3 and 4, courses are valued for the way they keep up to date with current accounting practices whilst reflecting evolving employer requirements.
Learn more about studying an AAT course at University Centre Leeds.
HR, Management and Leadership
Find courses that equip you with the knowledge and tools for your specialism. Our qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) are specifically tailored to human resource management professionals or anyone looking to progress in people management. Or why not upskill in management and leadership with one of our diplomas from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI)?
Accredited by Cilex, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, the Cilex Professional Qualification (CPQ) enables you to qualify as a Cilex Paralegal, a Cilex Advanced Paralegal or a Cilex Lawyer. Based upon a competency-based framework, each programme will develop your skills in the core practice areas of law at various levels.
Cilex Professional Qualification Professional Stage
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