Upskill with micro-credentials
Our micro-credentials are designed to help you make a difference – to your career, to your organisation and your community.
Designed in collaboration with employers, these online micro-credentials give you the opportunity to apply new knowledge and skills directly to your workplace.
From project management, community development and networking, to financial crime, intelligence and intersectionality, choose one or two micro-credentials that will let you gain the required skill set for the job at hand – then add more to your learning journey as needed.
You can choose to study in several micro-sessions throughout the year. You’ll learn along like-minded students across eight-week sessions (some subjects even have an optional on-campus or online workshop for collaborative, face-to-face learning). It means you can gain new skills in just two months. A two-point micro-credential only takes around four hours of study a week, while a four-point micro-credential just eight.
Step 1: Complete micro-credentials to build your skills and knowledge
Step 2: Stack your micro-credentials towards a graduate certificate
*You can also enrol directly into a graduate certificate which may include a set of micro-credentials.
Step 3: Take the next step and study a master's degree
*You can also enrol directly into a master's degree.
2023 micro-credential schedule
The 2023 sessions for most of our micro-credentials are now open. Sessions will run throughout March to December each year.
2023 micro-credentials schedule chevron_right
Session Start date Subject code Subject name Points 2 6 March MGM511 Transformational Leadership 2 2 6 March MGM502 Leading Change 2 2 6 March HSS504 Building Community Resilience 2 2 6 March HSS502 Inclusive Community Engagement 2 2 6 March JST551 Trade-based Money Laundering 2 2 6 March JST556 Financial Crime Intelligence 2 2 6 March JST549 White-collar psychopaths 2 2 6 March JST558 Customer Due Diligence 2 2 6 March HCS413 The Intersectionality Walk 2 2 6 March HCS414 Intersectionality and Social Identity 2 Session Start date Subject code Subject name Points 3 1 May MGM503 Motivating and Influencing People 2 3 1 May MGM504 Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Projects 4 3 1 May HSS502 Inclusive Community Engagement 2 3 1 May HSS501 Community Context 4 3 1 May HCS413 The Intersectionality Walk 2 3 1 May HCS415 Intersectionality and Inclusion 2 3 1 May HCS416 Applying an Intersectional Lens to Research 2 Session Start date Subject code Subject name Points 4 26 June HSS502 Inclusive Community Engagement 2 4 26 June HSS504 Building Community Resilience 2 4 26 June HSS501 Community Context 4 4 26 June LAW532 Negotiating and Managing Conflict 2 4 26 June MGM510 Social Entrepreneurship 2 4 26 June MGM511 Transformational Leadership 2 4 26 June JST556 Financial Crime Intelligence 2 4 26 June JST557 Crime, Risk and Control 2 4 26 June JST550 Dark Markets 2 4 26 June JST552 Dirty Money 2 4 26 June HCS413 The Intersectionality Walk 2 4 26 June HCS417 Adaptive Leadership for Intersectionality 2 4 26 June HCS418 Intersectionality and Communication 2 Session Start date Subject code Subject name Points 5 21 August ACC549 Financial Literacy for Decision Makers 2 5 21 August MGM506 Strategic People Management 2 5 21 August JST553 Foundations of Intelligence Practice 4 5 21 August JST554 Intelligence Leadership 4 5 21 August HCS413 The Intersectionality Walk 2 Session Start date Subject code Subject name Points 6 16 October HSS504 Building Community Resilience 2 6 16 October MGM505 Strategic Management 2 6 16 October HSS503 Models of Community Development 4 6 16 October JST551 Trade-based money laundering 2 6 16 October JST557 Crime, Risk and Control 2 6 16 October JST558 Customer Due Diligence 2 6 16 October HCS413 The Intersectionality Walk 2
Building community resilience (2pt)
Community contexts (4pt)
Community disaster recovery (4pt)
Inclusive community engagement (2pt)
Media production for community engagement (2pt)
Models of community development (4pt)
Strategic event management (2pt)
Building personal resilience (2pt)
Developing media relationships (2pt)
External communication strategies (2pt)
Negotiating and managing conflict (2pt)
Networking and building partnerships (2pt)
Building capable leaders
Leading change (2pt)
Designing, implementing and evaluating projects (4pt)
Financial literacy for decision makers (2pt)
Governance and decision-making (2pt)
Motivating and influencing people (2pt)
Social entrepreneurship (2pt)
Strategic management (2pt)
Strategic people management (2pt)
Transformational leadership (2pt)
Financial crime studies
Trade-based money laundering (2pt)
White-collar psychopaths (2pt)
Dark markets (2pt)
Dirty money (2pt)
Financial crime intelligence (2pt)
Customer due diligence (2pt)
Crime, risk and control (2pt)
Foundations of intelligence practice (4pt)
Intelligence leadership (4pt)
Intersectionality, diversity and inclusion
The intersectionality walk (2pt)
Intersectionality walk (3hr workshop)
Intersectionality and social identity (2pt)
Intersectionality and inclusion (2pt)
Applying an intersectional lens to research (2pt)
Adaptive leadership for intersectionality (2pt)
Intersectionality and communication (2pt)
Looking for professional development options for your organisation?
We have a dedicated team who can help find the right solution for your staff – and your organisation’s goals. Drop us a line and let’s collaborate.