Successful people master new info throughout their lives, such as how new software works or that the big box in the kitchen heats up even if you don’t fill it with trash that’s on fire. Enjoy new insights with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- CC$99 for an online business-administration course (a USC$899 value)
- CC$99 for an online business-management and marketing course (a USC$899 value)
- CC$169 for both of the above courses (a USC$1,798 value)
The 200-hour business-administration course is geared toward adult learners with or without a high-school or university degree. This particular course is designed for those interested in careers in accounting, financial services, marketing, or business operations.
Students who’ve already mastered some business fundamentals can bolster their knowledge base with the business-management and marketing course. Broken down into nine 12-hour classes, the course covers more advanced business skills, including devising marketing plans, sharing ideas through presentations, and executing successful promotional campaigns.
Students can move through each course at their own pace, and though they may be able to complete the program and receive a certificate from the school in as little as eight weeks, they have up to one year from their date of activation to finish all coursework.
This deal’s value is based in a different currency than its Groupon purchase price, so the exact discount and amount saved depend on the exchange rate.
Insotus removes barriers to attaining foundational knowledge in popular career fields with self-directed online courses. Though students can move through them at their own pace, the instruction materials aren’t just digitized textbooks—they may also incorporate moving graphics, sound, and even music to help make concepts clearer. Students can earn a certificate from the school in anywhere from 2 to 12 months, which makes it easy to work around a job or annual hibernation period.
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