Our online courses offer lifelong learning opportunities for individuals and teams who want to expand their skills and knowledge in commerce and contracting.
The Statement of Work (SoW) online program by WorldCC and Deployed is a cost-effective and interactive learning opportunity designed to help you boost your career or upgrade your team's skill set. The course provides practical skills and toolkits to apply to your business immediately and is designed for SoW authors, reviewers, suppliers, and teams of SoW authors.
Our Managing Contracts Virtually program is designed for our altered ways of working. It supports effective collaboration, communication and management throughout the contract lifecycle in an environment that is increasingly virtual.
Learn the tools and develop the confidence you need to become a master negotiator. We’ve partnered with Professor Keld Jensen to offer online Negotiation Master Classes, including opportunities to build virtual negotiation skills. By the end of the program, you will know how to close deals smoothly with positive outcomes for everyone involved.
This is a program for the non-commercial practitioner that needs to build their business acumen or someone about to launch a career in contract and commercial management.
Understand the contracting lifecycle, learn how to make informed judgments and decisions and recognize when to include additional or outside expertise.
Gain valuable practical ideas and insights into the world of business and trading relationships by joining this free online course.
This massive open online course (MOOC) is available to all and developed by our team at World Commerce & Contracting in partnership with the University of Southampton, the UK Cabinet Office and Civil Service Learning.
The Right Way to Win shows you how to do well while doing good.
Hosted by Robert Zafft, and based on his 2020 book, The Right Way to Win: Making Business Ethics Work in the Real World, this online course gives viewers the tools and techniques for fixing and enforcing ethical behavior.