FutureLearn offers Free Certificates for limited time

FutureLearn along with Leading Universities of Australia and the Australian Trade and Investment Commission offers more than 36 free online courses with a certificate which are designed to expand your skillset and further your career.

If you enrol in an eligible course under this special offer run by an Australian university (like Griffith University, Bond University, University of Southern Queensland, Queens University of Technology, Deakin University, Murdoch University, Monash University, Coventry University, The University of Newcastle Australia, University of Wollongong, The University of Melbourne) within June 30 2020, you’ll get your course upgraded for free – which means you can access the course materials even after you’ve finished and once completed the course and meet the criteria you will receive a digital certificate.

These courses are 100% online, so anyone can learn at once own pace along with an international group of students.

Most of the courses are 2 to 4 week long and 3 hours week You’ll learn from leading experts in the respective domain using practical exercises, essays, video and audio.

Here is the list of 36 courses with the link

Preparing for PTE Academic by YouSTUDY International College

Big Data Analytics: Opportunities, Challenges and the Future by Griffith University

Data Analytics for Decision Making: An Introduction to Using Excel by Bond University

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: Identify the patterns undermining your confidence by University of Southern Queensland

Introduction to Production Design for Film and Screen by Australian Film, Television and Radio School

The Essential Financial Management Toolbox for Film, Screen and Broadcast by Australian Film, Television and Radio School

Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma by Queens University of Technology

Competitive Advantage: Using Information to Build Business Success by Deakin University

Transitioning From Friend To Leader by University of Southern Queensland

Business Problems and Software Solutions by Deakin University

Bullying in Schools: How Should Teachers Respond? by Queens University of Technology

Professional Resilience: Building Skills to Thrive at Work by Deakin University

Bushfires: Response, Relief and Resilience by The University of Newcastle Australia and UNITAR

Leading Culturally Diverse Teams in the Workplace by Deakin University & Deakin Business School

Supporting Adolescent Learners: Social and Emotional Wellbeing by Griffith University

Global Biosecurity for One Health by Murdoch University

Healthy Futures: How Can We Create the Most Effective Healthcare System? by Murdoch University

Leading Strategic Innovation: How to lead with purpose by Deakin University & Coventry University

The Power of Podcasting for Storytelling by University of Wollongong

Introduction to Sustainability and Development by Deakin University

Health Systems Strengthening by The University of Melbourne, Nossal Institute for Global Health & UNICEF

Introduction to Psychology: The Psychology of Learning by Monash University

Investigating Innovation by Coventry University

What is Leadership? by Deakin University

The Science of Medicines by Monash University

Introduction to Psychology: The History and Science of Psychology by Monash University

Inclusive Education: Essential Knowledge for Success by Queens University of Technology

Creating Apps in the Classroom by Queens University of Technology

Introduction to Psychology: The Psychology of Personality by Monash University

Teaching Phonics in Early Childhood by Queens University of Technology

Transforming Digital Learning: Learning Design Meets Service Design by Deakin University

Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism by Murdoch University

Social Change: How Can Marketing Help? by Griffith University

Future-proofing the Health Workforce by Griffith University

Introduction to Psychology: Biological Psychology by Murdoch University

Introduction to Psychology: Developmental Psychology by Monash University

Introduction to Psychology: Sensation and Perception by Monash University

Plagues, Pestilence and Pandemics: Are You Ready? by Griffith University

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