A chance to extend your skills to meet a challenging time
Having the right skills and knowing how to utilize them is vital for both job seekers and those navigating the historic changes around work life during the current public health crisis.
To help, as part of the partnership between the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Education To Go, we are pleased to announce the availability of 10 free self-paced tutorial courses that highlight a mix of hard and soft skills essential to success in today's rapidly changing job market.
These courses offer career leverage for a range of students as well as professionals seeking career development opportunities as circumstances around employment continue to change. The courses will be available through June 30, 2020.
We encourage you to check out the options below and get started with a course.
- Creating Web Pages
- Creating WordPress Websites
- Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
- Twelve steps to a successful job search
- Personal Finance
- Managing Customer Service
- Individual Excellence
- Small Business Marketing on a Shoestring
- Keys to effective Communication
- Marketing Your Business on the Internet
UGA Public Service & Outreach free offerings respond to crisis
- The Georgia Small Business Development Center will be offering online courses and business success training programs at no cost to small business owners through 2020. Find upcoming training programs at www.georgiasbdc.org/training.
- UGA's Carl Vinson Institute of Government has created Navigating Fiscal Crisis, a series of free webinars to help communities respond to the fiscal crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit CVIOG's Online Courses page for more about classes and webinars.
- CVIOG has also quickly moved some popular education programs online so that state and local officials don’t fall behind during the coronavirus pandemic.
- The J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development shares a host of virtual resources on providing leadership in the current environment in your community or organization, as well as online resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic.