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Lifelong learning is the new phrase du jour for staying relevant in the workplace. But trying to keep abreast of the latest skills, technology and other important changes is no easy feat for people already working flat out.

Luckily, an array of flexible training and development opportunities are on offer, from seminars and part-time courses to online options, including MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) – an increasingly popular way of acquiring knowledge, often at no cost, from local and global experts, including Harvard and Stanford universities.

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