Available upskilling courses
Upskilling short courses and modules are available in a range of categories.
Enhance your existing skills or learn something new to boost your personal and professional development with our Upskilling courses.
Supported by the Scottish Government and Scottish Funding Council Upskilling Fund you might be eligible for a fully funded place on our courses.
Art and Design
Develop yourself into a leader of the future with key insights on your strengths, attributes and place in a team
Courses for academic year 2022-2023 will be announced by February 2023.
Introduces programming concepts and skills using the Python programming language, suitable for those with no programming knowledge
An overview of cloud concepts and services: designed for people who seek an overall understanding of cloud computing, independent of technical role.
An online introduction to object-oriented programming using the Java programming language to participants who already have some (other) programming experience
Modules are offered at a variety of levels
- Level 7 is equivalent to first year at university
- Level 8 is equivalent to second year at university
- Level 9 is equivalent to third year at university.
- Level 10 is an honours level
- Level 11 is Master level education; you will be expected to show evidence of studying at least level 9 in recent years
|Module number||Module title||Module SCQF level||Available places||Fee|
|Infection prevention and control for all Health & social care settings||7||20||Fully funded|
|Acute & critical care||9||30||£300|
|Acute & critical care||11||30||£500|
How to apply for Health Sciences modules
- Contact HealthSciences-Postqualifying@dundee.ac.uk to enquire if there are still funded places available on the module of your choice and discuss your eligibility for funding.
- We can only offer one module per person, to ensure as many people as possible get access to this opportunity
- You need to act quickly with the application process and follow the instructions provided. Delay in doing so could mean that the place will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Therefore, it is crucial that you read emails carefully.
Learn about the many uses of public information comics, and have a go creating your own!
Learn how to use forensic evidence to create accurate and believable crime fiction.
We will teach you how to create a well-structured outline and guide you through the practice of writing a novel.
Suitable for beginners but also one for those looking to gain more confidence in creative writing.
Explore folklore, its origins, and its impact on Scottish writers from the 18th century to the present.
Learn to develop your own process for creating fictional worlds to support your creative writing projects.