Upskill with an executive education program or a microcredential in enterprise governance. If you aren’t ready to undertake a full postgraduate degree, we offer a number of microcredential short courses, with a list that’s growing regularly to encapsulate key concepts for future board appointees and governance specialists.
Discover the enterprise governance microcredentials currently on offer – all of these courses can be completed at the student’s own pace and are taught virtually by our expert Centre for Enterprise Governance practitioners and guest speakers.
Advanced Credential in Enterprise Governance
Delivered through a series of self-paced online modules, the Advanced Credential in Enterprise Governance has been designed to equip aspirational and experienced directors, officers, and enterprise leaders in the corporate, government, and community sectors with the knowledge and skills to create and implement effective enterprise governance strategies and optimise enterprise performance.
Get Board Ready ® Governance Program
Delivered in partnership with the Director Institute to Director Institute members, this unique online education program is designed for new and aspiring directors, senior executives and managers interested in knowing more about the duties and responsibilities of boards and directors. The modules cover ethics in the boardroom, strategy, risk management, finance, and corporate social responsibility.
Insolvency: Law and Practice
This program is for professionals planning to serve as liquidators and/or bankruptcy trustees – and specifically for employees of Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners (AIIP) member organisations. The modules cover issues such as receivership, insolvency, compulsory liquidation, and the relevant governance regulations. This program is delivered in partnership with the Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners (AIIP).
Personal Insolvency Professionals Accreditation Program
This course is Australia’s first accreditation program for personal insolvency practitioners. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles, processes, law, and practice of personal insolvency, including the responsibilities of Administrators and Trustees under Part IX and X of the Bankruptcy Act. It is delivered in conjunction with the Personal Insolvency Professionals Association (PIPA).