A warm hello and a Happy New Year !!
We started LeapCourses.com in 2014 with a simple objective - to provide quick learning programs to busy professionals and students.
22 countries and 2847 students later, we are proud to present the all-new LEAP 2016 for you.
LEAP now features 52 courses across 9 tracks:
- Counter terrorism (10 courses)
- Cryptography (3 courses)
- Digital Marketing (4 courses)
- Financial Law (4 courses)
- Forensics & Investigation (6 courses)
- Fraud Control (4 courses)
- Tech Law (11 courses)
- Doing Business Globally (2 courses)
- Hacking & Security (8 courses)
All LEAP courses are free to learn.
About LEAP Courses
Leap Courses are quick & free online courses for busy people.
Each Leap Course:
- is FREE to learn
- features a research assignment (optional)
- is designed by a subject expert
LeapCourses.com is a project of LEXCODE Regulatory Compliance Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Incubated by Science & Technology Park promoted by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India).
How it works
Simply fill up an online form. New accounts are usually processed within 1 working day. No fee is charged for this.
Study as many Leap Courses as you want. For FREE. No time limits, no deadlines. 100% flexibility.
3. Assessments (Optional)
Studied hard? Complete a short research / practical assignment for assessment by our experts. A fee of Rs. 1,200 is charged for this.
4. Get certified (Optional)
If you obtain A, B, C or D grade in your assignment, you will be issued a "verifiable" electronic certificate. No fee is charged for this.
The Leap Courses Grading System
At LeapCourses.com, we believe that:
- assessments are a part of the learning process of a course,
- a research-based assignment is a superior learning opportunity as compared to an objective test.
That's why the assessment for each Leap Course is a short research or practical based assignment that is graded by our subject matter experts.
Excellent performance in mastering of the subject. Achievement of superior quality.
Good performance beyond the usual requirements of the course. Achievement of high quality.
Performance of a satisfactory nature. Achievement demonstrating an understanding of the subject sufficient for continued study in the discipline.
Minimally acceptable performance. Achievement demonstrating below average understanding of the basic elements of the course.
Achievement at a level insufficient to demonstrate understanding of the basic elements of the course.