Sometimes we wonder if we would have done better if we had studied something else. If this happens to you often and you’re interested in tech, take advantage of these Google Career Certificates.
We know that finding a job is not easy, but it is not impossible either. And with these courses, you can Add something extra to your resume even if you want to switch from branch.
According to the company, 126,000 new jobs are published monthly with data from Ipsos, including 24,000 linked to technology. However, these positions are not filled because the candidates lack practice or do not master the most commonly used tools in this industry.
In this context, the Google Career Certificates program was launched, which aims to offer applicants a bigger and better opportunity by offering them the necessary tools to land a job in this industry.
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What are Google Career Certificates?
Well, it’s an offering of four majors that focus on branches of the technology sector. These are:
And no, You do NOT need to have any prior knowledge or experience. Like all others, this theory combines the use of current tools in different fields and practices with real cases.
These trainings are completely online, so you don’t have to attend the class in person. Instructional videos, reading materials and assignments are available to you anytime, anywhere via the web or your mobile device. All details about the individual courses can be found at goo.gle/certificates.
The joke is that you can end up getting a job in one of the industries already mentioned. Once you complete one of the courses, you will receive a certificate from Google that guarantees your knowledge.
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Where and how to take Google courses?
Starting April 20th, Google Career Courses and Certificates will be available through the platform Kursrawhich has many other online tutorials.
Because of this, these courses are not free as users almost have to pay $300 per month (this is the cost of the platform). However, the courses are designed to be completed between four and six months spend ten hours or less a week.
However, there is also an alliance with Incursions of Mexico, an association focused on talent recognition and the advancement of professional and personal training programs. Together they can get a scholarship to take one of these Google courses (all information here: becasgoogle2022.inroads.org.mx.)
All Inroads scholarship recipients who complete at least one of the courses have access to a job board with various partners including Danone, GNC, American Industries Group, City Express Hotels, Google, among others.
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