Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses



Aberystwyth University offers a range of flexible CPD courses and workshops covering a wide range of business focused themes.  Please contact us to discuss your organisation’s training needs, whether you have a bespoke requirement or are looking to source CPD opportunities for your workforce. 




We run a number of training courses developed to suit business needs covering:





Health and Safety


IOSH Managing Safely Training Course (4 days)











IOSH Managing Safely is a four day course for managers and supervisors, which focuses on the practical actions needed to manage health and safety in their teams. The course will demonstrate how health and safety considerations are an essential part of a management or supervisory role. 
IOSH Working Safely Training Course 1 day IOSH Working Safely is a one-day course which provides a grounding in health and safety for people at any level, and any sector. It focuses on best practice, and asks individuals to consider the importance of health and safety in the workplace, alongside how individuals can make a difference to health and safety through their behaviours. 

    Health and Safety Training Courses Brochure

Personal Skills


Springboard Development Programme

4 days over 4 months.

Springboard is an award winning scheme which offers training to women of all ages and backgrounds aspiring to management and leadership roles. Dealing specifically with issues that women are faced with, this programme aims to inspire and empower women to achieve their goals and ambitions.
Customer service skills TBC Please register your interest:
Managing difficult conversations TBC Please register your interest:
Active Listening and questionning skills TBC Please register your interest:
Assertive skills TBC Please register your interest:
Managing Stress TBC Please register your interest:

Other Bespoke courses

Open Source GIS (QGIS)

Introductory Course

23rd June 2016



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Open Source GIS (QGIS)

Intermediate Course

30th June 2016