Get ready for what’s next
Explore critical skills for the year ahead
As one year closes and another begins, now is the perfect time to ask yourself: what’s next? Whether you’re entering the job market, changing fields, or seeking a promotion in the coming year, we’re here to help you accomplish your goals. Set yourself up for success by exploring our top courses and programs in today’s critical skills and more.
Top skills for 2021 and beyond
Propel your career by building your knowledge in today’s most in-demand subjects, including computer science and business.
From Cloud Computing to Combating Threats, Computer Science is Key
The pandemic has only increased businesses’ acceleration towards digital transformation and underscored the power of technology and computer science skills to help overcome economic disruption across industries.Read More
Business as (un)usual
Today’s job landscape is like nothing we’ve ever seen. The business world was already mid-transformation with rising technological and cultural shifts, and the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated trends and upturned business-as-usual strategies and practices.Read More
Harnessing the Power & Potential of Data
The demand for data science skills and data-driven decision making has been rapidly accelerating for years. Now, organizations across industries are putting professionals to the test to understand and respond to the drastic shift in business operations and consumer behavior caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
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Upcoming courses and programs
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Our most-read insights
Discover the industry insights and expert advice that learners like you loved in 2020. Head to our blog for even more resources.
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