Not heading back to school this fall? That’s no reason to stop learning.
As you embark on the step from university to the workplace, there’s still so much you can learn to help further your career as you set out. Employers care about the knowledge you’ve acquired in school, but the soft skills required to be successful in the workplace are also important.
The ability to effectively communicate, work in teams, problem solve and manage your time are all highly valued across every industry. If you’re a recent graduate joining the workforce, having these types of soft skills can help set you apart in even the most competitive job market.
So, head back to school this fall with edX to help launch or advance your career. Here’s a list of free courses you can take to learn the skills you need to thrive in the workplace.
Develop your employability – the achievements, skills, and personal attributes you need to be most effective in the workplace. Hear from employers on what they value most.
Learn to break free from your usual thinking pattern and start generating creative solutions to various challenges.
Want to become a better team player? Learn to effectively communicate, collaborate, and resolve conflicts with colleagues.
This course will teach you the practical tools and methods you can implement to solve problems and make important decisions.
Need to develop your project management skills? Learn how to employ leadership skills to successfully plan, schedule, and manage your project from beginning to end.
Get on a track to a new career with a MicroMasters program. MicroMasters programs are a series of higher-level online courses created out of the Masters programs of leading universities and recognized by companies for real-world, job-specific relevancy. They can help you advance in your current career or chart a course to a new one. Select from many areas of study including project management, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, international law, cybersecurity and more.
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