We work with organisations to understand their challenges and provide solutions to skills challenges through our vast array of learning and development programmes.
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High quality work-based learning, delivered at scale and flexibly to suit your organisation's needs.
We can provide progression pathways from non-accredited courses, through to certificate, diplomas, undergraduate degrees and Master's degrees.
Explore a subject without the time commitment with a short course from The Open University.
These courses are designed to help you build in-demand skills and knowledge to help you get ahead.
Higher Techical Qualification (HTQs) offer a high-quality route for employers in England to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours of their workforce required for in-demand digital routes.
Learn why more than 2,800 organisations across public, private and third sectors have chosen us to provide their staff development solutions. Our flexible approach will help meet your individual needs.
The Open University has partnered with the British Chambers of Commerce to publish a new report looking into the size, nature and impact of the UK skills shortage.
Browse our latest learning and development resources and keep informed of the latest news and trends.
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The Open University has got a proven track record in delivering skills and knowledge to a business environment. The most heartening thing about this programme is to see the benefit it has on people – particularly those who didn’t think they’d go to university and get a degree. That’s life-changing.Paul Milner
Senior Early Professionals Manager, IBM
A national shortage of social workers means that many local councils in the UK struggle to recruit enough social workers.
IBM wanted to make the most out of the apprenticeship levy and chose The Open University to deliver three of its degree apprenticeship programmes to upskill employees.
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust has selected The Open University to help to develop its local nursing workforce.
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