This course has been designed with the aim to help you understand emotional intelligence by enabling you to recognise the need to change behaviours or thoughts. You will also learn how to leverage positives in your life to change the so-called negatives. Many people are dissatisfied with who they feel they are or what they have become. Many people want to change things in their lives but find that personal change is hard and sometimes scary; that is true for most of us. Through emotional intelligence, you can connect powerfully with others by being conscious of your intent and be courageous enough to try new things when you realise your old ways do not serve you.
40 CPD Points
Subject Matter Expert
Keith Cunningham spent most of his career in heavy industry and corporates where emotional intelligence was not in high demand. After realising that what was important to him was not important to the people he worked for, Keith and his wife, Liz, left the corporate world, and spent seven months travelling around the world, exploring and reconnecting with themselves and each other. On returning to South Africa, Liz and Keith started EQuip – a company specialising in and focussed on emotional intelligence.
Keith has spent the last 15 years working with a range of companies, ranging from multinationals to start-ups enabling people to see beyond their comfort zones and find meaning in the work they do or making changes that serve them and the other important people in their lives. Emotional intelligence is learnable; we just need to make the subconscious conscious to start our journey and change our world.
Each course is assigned its own Online Academic Tutor, who is ready and waiting to guide and assist their learners throughout their learning experience.
The Online Academic Tutor who is assigned to your course, is trained to build each student up to reach their fullest potential. Students can expect their Online Academic Tutor to answer questions, offering advice and provide further clarification on any academic aspects.
Course and Technical Requirements
To successfully access and complete this course, you will be required to have a registered email account, access to a computer/laptop/tablet and stable internet connection. You will be required to be familiar with using a computer as you may need to be able to read and download documents in Adobe PDF Reader, view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and read and create documents in Microsoft Word.
Our online short learning programmes may require additional software applications. These additional software applications requirements will be communicated to you in this information pack and/or on the website course page. Damelin Online does not provide any additional software applications required for online short learning programmes.
Please note: Google, YouTube and Vimeo may be used in our online course delivery. If any of these services are blocked in your jurisdiction, you may have difficult in accessing our course content.
How You Will Learn
Our online short learning programmes are broken into self-paced manageable modules, designed to assist you throughout your learning process through diverse learning activities:
- Learn through all your interactive course notes
- Review case studies and supplementary resources
- Apply and evaluate what you have learned in each module with the self-grading quizzes and assignment submissions.
- View a range of course video lectures presented our Subject Matter Experts
- Network, collaborate and interact with your fellow participants and Online Course Facilitator via the discussion forum and Zoom webinars.
Upon successful completion of this online short learning programme, you will receive the recognition of your knowledge and skills with a Damelin Certificate of Competence. Your certificate of competence will be issued in your registered name and will be couriered at no additional cost.
You will be required to complete a series of assessments that will be facilitated through our virtual learning environment. Your course handbook will be made available to you once you have commenced with your short learning programme.