Created courses have been carefully designed in response to a series of recent future-looking studies observing the nature of the evolving workplace, including:

Creative Skills

Creative skills are crucial to driving employment and economic growth in Australia, according to new research by the Bureau of Communications and Arts Research.The BCAR’s research paper Creative skills for the future economy analyses the skills and qualifications of people working in creative fields and how they may be used in the future.


Micro-credentials are also known as digital badges, nano degrees, micro-certifications, web badges, mini degrees and open badges. Compared to a degree, diploma, certificate or other lengthy accredited training, micro-credentials focus on smaller elements of learning. They are mini qualifications often gained by participating in short, free or low-cost online courses. 

Soft Skills

Soft skill-intensive occupations will account for two-thirds of all jobs by 2030. DeakinCo. asked Deloitte Access Economics to assess the importance of obtaining and measuring soft skills to better understand areas that need to be improved in the Australian workforce and businesses.