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- $29 for an accredited online career-coaching course ($230 value)
Ideal for individuals looking to revamp and take hold of their career, this online course enables students to learn at their own pace. Compatible with PCs, Macs, and smartphones, the online platform grants access to tutorial videos, expert-run webinar sessions, and a learner forum moderated by leaders in the field for ongoing support. Short videos provide a brief introduction to each subject, and case-study scenarios help reinforce the lessons.
The course covers topics such as successful career coaching, creating a standout résumé, self-understanding, and employer research. Click here for more detailed information about the course.
Students will receive a soft-copy certification upon completion, however, for students who choose to order a certificate detailing their accreditation award must order a hard copy from IME for an additional fee due to the rules set by the accreditation provider. The course is accredited by the Open College Network Group, OCN Credit for Learning. The accreditation provider headquarters is based in the UK, but accredits courses around the world.
Inspire, Motivate and Engage (IME)
There are many ways to improve your skills. Athletes do so through practice, authors by constantly writing, and Popeye by stuffing his face with spinach. For professionals in the business world, though, there's Inspire, Motivate and Engage, a company that sparks professional and personal growth with a smorgasbord of accredited online courses. Mapped to fit academic standards, each of IME's courses immerses students in an easy-to-follow and always-accessible web-based curriculum. The management course, for instance, covers skills essential for leadership roles, and the career advancement course prepares individuals before major career moves. Upon completion of a course, students receive accreditation and a formal certificate so they don't have to lug a computer monitor into job interviews.