If you are looking to better yourself and learn new skills then there are a number of sources online that can help you. Whether you are looking to get a new job, enhance your skills in a current job or just for fun, the following sources are a great place to start:
Udemy is an online learning marketplace with over 10 million students learning everything from coding to marketing to yoga and a lot more. All of the 40,000 + courses are taught by experts and are available online. Most of the courses cost £24 with some being free and some costing a few hundred pounds. It is an incredible marketplace for learning and can really help you get ahead.
Khan Academy – Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. They offer classes in science, maths, history, economics and more. They have teamed up with the likes of NASA and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) to provide specialised content for the millions of people who use the platform. All the classes are free and you can learn in your time and at your own pace.
Alison – Alison is an online community of only 8 million, filled with high-quality online education courses to help you develop essential, certified workplace skills. Whether you are seeking a new job, a promotion, a college place or starting a new business, ALISON empowers you to improve your economic and personal circumstances, and through you, that of the community you live in.
Monster – Monster are a worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities. They offer a number of different resources to help you in your job search. This ranges from help with writing a CV, putting together a cover letter, job searches and also monster education where they offer different courses that can help you kick start your career, up skill for a promotion or change in direction.
We would love for you to tell us how you get on using these resources and let us know the progress you make.