The following UK-based organizations offer proofreading and ancillary courses that you may be interested in. The list does not claim to be exhaustive; nor does it offer any particular recommendations or assessments of quality. If you are looking to move into the world of proofreading I would advise you to carry out further research and make your own evaluations. See my article Proofreading: How to Choose the Right Training Course for guidance.
Proofreaders on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook frequently comment on their preferred training courses. Many publishers also have preferred outlets for training; checking their freelance requirements with a simple phone call will help you in your decision.
For readers in North America, the education and certification section of the Copyeditors’ Knowledge Base offers an extensive list of training resources, including college programmes, for editorial freelancers.
You might also consider viewing the Resources section of my website this list of worldwide editorial associations (with links to their websites); each society's learning programmes are indicated in the notes provided.
Publishing Training Centre
Society for Editors and Proofreaders
Ron Hebbs (via cousesplus+)
The Writers Bureau
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