Google launched Career Certification Courses in Data Analytics, and UX Design
During the pandemic, many people decided to spend their time during lockdown by upgrading their skills through online courses. In March 2021, Google opened enrollment for its three new career certification courses in the fields of Data Analytics, Project Management, and UX Design, which are available to anyone without the need of having any background knowledge.
The offered certificate courses are completely online, so one can access instructional videos, readings, and assignments at his or her own pace and time. In addition, Google announced new ways for certificate holders to get hired. Participants also gain access to career resources such as coaching sessions, mock interviews, and resume tips.
Google Career Certificates are available globally in English on Coursera, a global online learning platform that offers access to paid and free online courses from various institutions in multiple fields.
The User Experience Design, Project Management and Data Analytics Certificates offered by Google cost $39 per month by subscription on Coursera. However, Google has made need-based financial assistance available and is providing 100,000 scholarships to be distributed through nonprofits, workforce development boards, and other community organizations.
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