Upskilling That Fits Around You
MicroCreds are bite-sized, accredited, enterprise powered qualifications. These university certified short courses allow learners to control their own career and skills growth. MicroCreds support companies in developing cutting edge talent thereby increasing competitive advantage.
Apply now to start upskilling from March 2022, where there are 12 MicroCreds starting at UL.
One of our team would be happy to liaise with you about taking a short course.
Browse by Topic
Choose from the range of fully accredited MicroCreds delivered by the Management Development Unit at Kemmy Business School.
|Business Communications||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Business Analytics||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Management of Change||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Management and Leadership||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Management||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Marketing Communications for the Digital Age||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Organisational Behaviour 1||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Supply Chain Management and Customer Relationship Management||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Introduction to Supply Chain Management||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Public Procurement, Compliance and Support Systems||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Strategic Management||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Managing Innovation||21 Mar - 22 Apr||Online|
|Introduction to Quality Management||Sep 2022||Online|
What makes MicroCreds different?
The short courses work well when you are working as you have time to work around the schedule.
Its been a really good way of re-introducing study to decide what I could do without committing upfront.
I would like to expand my horizon from an engineering point of view and to introduce myself to the business side of organizations
MicroCreds at UL
MicroCreds is a HCI funded, €12.3 million project led by the IUA to empower lifelong learning in Ireland through short courses known as MicroCreds. UL is working collaboratively with other universities in Ireland to standardise MircoCreds nationally so that there is consistent and transferrable accreditaiton recognition across the short courses offered.
UL has been upskilling professional learners through short modules for some time. In fact, short module learner uptake has increased by 175% in recent years. Given the impact of short modules (or micro-credentials) on enhancing enterprise talent, UL has joined a national initiative to help build a framework, strengthen awareness and increase the national offering of micro-credentials in areas of noted skill gaps.