About this short course
The decision-making process involves identifying problems and resolving them or finding opportunities to innovate or create. Decision making should be an informed process, where we examine data and evidence on which to base our planned actions.
The process of making decisions is complex and requires certain skills including, how to analyse information and know if it is reliable, how to step through generating ideas and making choices, and how to implement and monitor change.
On completion of this course, you will be able to apply various strategies and techniques to make decisions that are informed by data and research.
How to get credit for this course:
On successful completion of this course, you will receive a digital Certificate of Completion as well as a credential point to support your further study. This course is one of several courses in our Professional Skills suite. View our full list of courses available within this suite and learn how to accrue your credential points.
Who should do this course?
The course is designed for people interested in exploring in detail how research and data informs decision-making and developing the skills to apply strategies and techniques to make choices, plan action, and implement and monitor change.
This self-directed course provides 10 hours of quality learning. You will have up to six months to access the materials and complete the course once you register.
On completion you will be able to: