Find your purpose and identify the career skills you need to upskill in your sector or to seek a new job online.
In this rapidly changing world, it’s important that you’re confident about working online and embracing technology in your professional life.
On this course, you’ll assess your strengths and weaknesses and explore the skills you need to build to progress in work or to seek a new job in the 2020s.
You’ll be introduced to digital tools and analytical frameworks that will help you to set goals for your future career and identify the skills you’ll need to get there.
Whether you need to enhance your communication skills, increase your digital capabilities, or boost your problem-solving abilities, this course will allow you to explore your skills, strengths, and areas for development.
Alongside expert progression coaches and student experience officers, you’ll build valuable knowledge around how to use technology to your professional advantage. You’ll explore what makes a successful online presentation, how to write a CV and covering letter to share online, as well as digital tricks and tips to help you find your purpose and identify what employers want.
You’ll benefit from access to an online community of learners to support you along the way, as well as the professional resources you need to help you take control of your career.
This is a sponsored course. This means that when you join, you’ll receive an automatic free upgrade – giving you unlimited access to the course content and a printable digital certificate that proves your learning.
This course is designed for anyone who would like to improve their online and digital skills, as well as their soft skills like communication, problem-solving, emotional intelligence, adaptability and resilience.
It will be particularly useful for those looking to secure a new role in the digital sphere to better understand what employers want in the 2020s.
You should be able to complete the course using just a mobile phone, but it would be beneficial to have a tablet or laptop with a keyboard to enable you to write longer documents such as CVs and covering letters, for which you will need word processing software such as Microsoft Word or Google Docs.
There is also at least one optional activity in which you are encouraged to video yourself giving a short presentation. A mobile phone that allows you to record short videos will be sufficient for this.