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Solving Problems and Making Decisions (CPD) - Online Learning

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Course outline

This short, auto-marked programme will build your knowledge of how to define, investigate and analyse problems and how to evaluate your options.

  • Section 1: Defining, investigating and analysing problems
    • In this section, you will learn how to describe a problem, its nature, scope and impact.
  • Section 2: Data and information
    • You will discover how to gather and interpret information to identify possible solutions to a problem.
  • Section 3: Evaluating options
    • This section covers how to evaluate options to make a decision. You will also learn about decision making techniques to evaluate options to arrive at the best solution.
  • Section 4: Planning techniques
    • You will cover how to plan, monitor and review the implementation and communication of decisions.

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Location Date / time Fees / reductions
Distance Learning

You can start this course at any time.

Tuition fee: £28.50

No fee reductions available. All students pay the same fee.

Course code: C034406 / Q034407

Qualification

College Certificate

Duration

You will learn at your own pace, but the course typically takes approximately 4 hours to complete.

Level Level 1
Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course but you must have a reasonable standard of spoken and written English.

Assessment

The course is auto-assessed with questions throughout the learning material.