BT’s Skills for Tomorrow programme offers information, advice and support to ensure everyone has the skills they need to make the most of life in the digital world.
As well as support mastering the basics there is advice on how to develop skills and get the most out of your career. This can all be accessed for free at www.bt.com/skillsfortomorrow/work-life
The iDEA Award (The Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award) is described as an international programme that helps you develop digital, enterprise and employability skills for free. You complete a series of online challenges and collect badges when successful. Each badge has points and 250 points gets you your Bronze Award, an industry-recognised award. Find out more here...
The Lloyds Academy is packed with free digital skills learning for any level. There is a wide range of courses from the basics such as improving your CV to taking the next step in your career. Other courses include:Working with spreadsheets
Google Digital Garage Online Training - online courses designed for you to grow your career or business. Courses cover topics such as fundamentals of digital marketing, how to increase productivity at work, effective networking, which digital job is made for you? and how to manage a project with digital tools.
Code with Google – designed for you to explore, advance and succeed in computer science. Courses designed for you to grow your career or business. Courses cover topics such as data and tech, digital marketing or career development.
CompTIA ITF+ - helps professionals to decide if a career in IT is right for them and helps students or career changers determine if they have a competency for information technology. It creates a broader understanding of IT making it ideal for non-technical professionals.
CompTIA – Future Tech - free library of resources created by CompTIA to keep you up to speed with the tech world, go to their Future of Tech site to find out more about big data, cybersecurity, digital health, internet of things and artificial intelligence.
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