Lifelong learning courses are divided in 3 typologies, which differ as follows:
- Courses on demand: training courses designed and realized under a specific committee demand providing a strongly personalized training, satisfying client's specific needs. They are addressed to committee employees and are hold in SAC or in another location chosen by the client.
- Courses on individual demand: both courses of short duration with which an occasion for an additional training and professional qualification for private and public agencies, and short highly specialized courses addressed to the managerial education of entrepreneurs, managers, and functional responsible.
- Improvement course: thematic courses of long duration, similar to a Master's Degree for their organizational characteristics being addressed to graduated people who want to enter in a managerial career in private and public sectors, or already working in some agencies and motivated to developed managerial skill. Courses, always updated, are designed in an academic context, with consolidated knowhow and methods, and realized on the clients' specific needs.