Join our panel of creative industry experts in conversation for a series of live webinars.
These 2-hour continuing professional development (CPD) training sessions are an opportunity to gain new knowledge, explore niche topics, debate current issues, address less talked about themes and open the conversation. Topics will cover a diverse range of disciplines across our creative subjects.
Our webinars provide the chance to work towards professional and personal development goals. As well as supporting you to ensure knowledge and skills stay relevant and up to date.
Each webinar will feature:
- Expert knowledge from industry professionals (including UAL academics and tutors)
- Opportunities to meet other like-minded creatives from across the world
- A chance to join the conversation with a live Q&A
- Webinars are 1.5 hours with 0.5-hour Q&A or a 2-hour interactive workshop
Our webinar sessions are aimed for anyone looking to upskill and develop their professional practices. Participants will receive a certificate upon completion.
Professional Development Stories
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5 ways to improve your creative professional development
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What are the most important qualities of a creative leader?
Creative leadership is the future. With the help of industry experts and UAL short courses tutors, we put together a guide on the most important qualities of a creative leader.