Google Has Free Courses For You

Google has a non-profit programme which offers free courses through Google Digital Garage. Here, you can gain skills from courses offered to you for free. 

Google Digital Garage is the step to you becoming more qualified, free of charge. As Google advertises, "Free online courses designed for you to build your skills. Choose a lesson, or dive right in and take an entire course." With Google  Digital Garage, you can gain the skills you need, whether you're growing your business, starting a career, or just want to try something new. 

Google has set this up as a non-profit programme. and uses online learning methods. You can either take individual modules or an entire course at different difficulty levels.

The categories for courses available include Data and Tech, Digital Marketing and Career Development. 

Taking these courses could help improve your CV, find a job and grow your career. Also, you're gaining skills from your computer certified by Google at your own speed.

You can also find face-to-face courses which includes Basic Digital Marketing Course, Entrepreneurship, Training Employment, Training and Personal Brand, Digital Strategy Workshop for your business.

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