Oxbridge Academy Online Short Course: Productivity and Accountability

This online short course is designed to teach you about the importance of productivity and accountability in the workplace. It also covers aspects such as how to set goals, how to use various tools to increase productivity, and how to increase personal accountability.
Studying this course might be a good option if:

  • You want to learn how to get more done at work
  • You want to develop skills that will help you achieve your goals
Course code:
Accreditation status:
This is a non-accredited Short Learning Programme.
Course duration:
13 hours
Course fee:
Click here to view the course fee. Please note: There are no additional exam fees or external membership fees for this course.
Entry requirements:
No Matric
Subjects covered:
  • Lesson 1: Productivity and Accountability

Assessment and award:
Students will be required to complete an online exam. Upon completion of this course, students will be awarded an Oxbridge Academy Short Course Certificate: Productivity and Accountability from Oxbridge Academy. Students who obtain a score of 70% or more for this course can also claim a Badge by registering with Acclaim. This online Badge can be used on a variety of platforms to showcase the student’s professional skills and learning achievements.
Additional information:
This is an online (e-learning) course. To complete this course, students require access to the internet.
Student Review:
Graeme_Gallichan “I am extremely impressed with the way Oxbridge Academy presented this course. The ease that I was able to complete this online course in my own time and at my own pace was brilliant. The amount of information put into this short online course was excellent. I do not have sufficient time to attend courses etc. but I do like to do online courses to keep myself up to date and to remind myself of things to help me improve as a person and as a manager. I did achieve this with this course and I will be registering for additional courses in the future with Oxbridge.”

– Graeme Gallichan (FCIS) (FCIBM)

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