in the Digital Age
Our Collaborative Working Pathway will help those in the Legal Sector to grow your customer support and communication skills and introduce you to digital technologies that will support you to work more effectively and efficiently.
WHO IS THIS PATHWAY FOR?
This pathway is aimed at those in the Legal Sector wishing to develop their collaborative working skills and expand their knowledge of digital tools and office-based technologies to improve channels of communication.
Learning is tailored to you - our flexible pathways give you the opportunity to choose the modules which best suit your career goals.
Our Learning Engagement Lead will be with you every step of the way, offering advice and supporting you with the development of a bespoke action plan to set you on the path to career success.
1-2-1 sessions with our subject-specific industry experts will also provide valuable insight, knowledge and expertise to help you progress within your career.
HOW WILL I LEARN?
Digital Working - How to Communicate and Collaborate with Stakeholders
Learn how to put customers and stakeholders at the centre of your digital working practices by using empathy and understanding to establish clear and effective communication in a professional context.
Effective Hybrid and Remote Working in a Digital World
Explore the benefits and challenges of hybrid and remote working including issues such as setting boundaries, promoting employee wellbeing, cybersecurity and
How to Get the Most from Your Digital Resources
Develop the skills and knowledge you need to harness the full potential of digital resources, including Microsoft 365 and doc-u-sign, to improve efficiency in your workplace and ensure personal and professional success.
These modules reflect the core learning objectives of the Collaborative Working Pathway.
Once accepted onto the pathway, you will confirm which of the core modules you wish to complete, along with any additional modules to supplement your learning.
We recommend Learners look to complete no more than 5 modules, but this will be agreed with our Learner Engagement Lead once you are registered onto the programme.
For a full list of all available modules, see our module breakdown.