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Online training courses

  • A range of topics and themes
  • Access to online blended training anywhere, anytime
  • Tailor your learning to suit your learning requirement, learning style and time available to you.

What's available?

See the University Training Booking Service for full details of non-instructor-led training courses available to you through Information Services.

 

Please note:

Lynda.com have been acquired by LinkedIn. We have been told we are unable to license their content under our historic arrangements and therefore the service will be closed Friday 9th April 2018. We deeply regret the inconvenience that this may cause, but the decision is beyond our control.

We will pursue a new conversation about the product to which they would have us move (LinkedIn Learning) and we may well re-launch with a revised service in the near future, but there is no guarantee that this will be possible.

Should existing users wish to continue using lynda.com, individual licences can be purchased via Lynda.com. Please note that unfortunately, the profiles do not pass forward when individuals purchase a self-serve model.

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