If you’re here, you may already know the answer! Many people, just like you, take Endeavour short courses to create happier and healthier lives. If you (or the boss) need convincing, here are five great reasons to dive in.
Get started today!
Register to watch this on demand webinar presented by Sophie Scott, Program Manager Short Courses.
It will take you through Endeavour’s new range of short courses in nutrition, wellness, natural health and business which can be completed entirely online at your own pace.
Curated by Endeavour academic experts, these courses give you the opportunity to upskill and discover the holistic world of natural health.
You can get started in four easy steps.
Welcome to your new digital learning space
Get a tour of your digital learning platform.
All you need to study Endeavour short courses online is an internet connection on your computer, iPad or phone. Learn from anywhere, in your own time and at your pace.
Endeavour is a pioneer in interactive online learning platforms. During our short courses, you’ll access all your learning materials online. Our learning platform is easy to navigate, and you can save where you’re up to, exit and return to it later.
You have the flexibility to study wherever you are; on a train, in a café, at home, the choice is yours. Think of the platform as your online campus. It has everything you need but is more convenient than a physical campus. You can fit study around your life, in between clients, before work or when the kids are asleep.
You can pay for your Endeavour short course(s) with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard and American Express) when you enrol.
If your employer is paying for your course(s), they will need to provide you with credit card details. Alternatively, please get in touch if you or your employer wishes to pay via invoice or bank transfer.
If you have further questions about enrolling or studying with Endeavour, please check our FAQs or contact us.
"Endeavour’s short courses offer the wider community an opportunity to learn about natural health. Their edge comes from being enriched by the College’s holistic approach, self-reflection and the social ethics of what a broader perspective about medicine can achieve."
- Dr Paul Strube