Introduction to Remote Working – Professional Course with Industry Certification
Your career learners must understand how to work and prosper in the new normal. The workplace has been changing rapidly over the past decade. The recent pandemic accelerated companies choosing to increase the numbers of employees and job functions that could be partially or fully remote.
As educators, you have first-hand knowledge of how many students are unprepared to be self-directed, independent, and productive in a remote environment. This course is designed to share the wisdom of dozens of remote working professionals to give your students “New Workplace” skills, options for their futures, and an edge in getting hired.
This course is for anyone in any industry who works, learns, or wants to work remotely — graphic designers, web developers, insurance agents, customer service representatives, language translators, book editors, salespeople, and students. This experience and certification are for anyone who wants to prepare for and excel in the new remote work world.
Some of What Teachers Can Expect Their Learners to Achieve:
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60+ lessons, 7 different chapters, 7 quizzes
- How to correctly set up a remote workings space – anywhere
- How transferrable skills translate to any career path
- Being a life-long learner – always
- How to stay motivated and avoid distractions
- Relationship building, dealing with conflict and difficult people
- Secrets to working and communicating with others
- Importance of meeting deadlines, and how to show results
- Cybersecurity and taking responsibility to keep your and your company’s data safe
- And much more…
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- Researching a company
- How not to kill the interview early
- How to manage your nerves and appear natural and relaxed
- How to answer the #1 most difficult interview question
- And much more…
- Platforms – PC, Mac, Chromebook, iPad, iOS, Android
- Length – Short-form 5 hours
- Career Cluster – Supports All Career Clusters
- International Industry-Recognized Certifications – Yes
- Level – High School, Post-Secondary, Workforce Development
- Course Delivery – Blended Learning, Online Virtual Learning
- CEUs – Available for Teacher Training
- Prerequisites for Facilitator – None
- Prerequisites for Students – None
Step 1 – Build Your Foundation
Learn what it takes to succeed in the new world of remote work. Media-rich lessons engage the basics of being a successful and self-directed professional.
Step 2 – Earn Your Certification
Students get credentialed and gain proof to show the world they are ready to succeed in the new remote work world. They can then add this registered credential to their resume, CV or showcase it in their profiles on Facebook or professional sites like LinkedIn, Xing, Jobcase, or Sumry.
Step 3 – Learn How to Ace the Interview
What is the use of learning and credentials if you cannot get hired? Next, your learners will learn how to ace a job interview. 92% of people say they get nervous about interviewing. Our course will help build career confidence and teach your learners the right way to prepare to shine in an interview.
“I would say my favorite part of the Remote Working Professional course was the interview section. Please TAKE NOTES in this section, it is pure gold! Not only did it prepare me for my web design interview, but my interviewers actually stopped several times to say how amazing my responses were because they felt that I had researched how to answer their questions perfectly. They were so incredibly impressed and my confidence skyrocketed. This section really made me think about how I would specifically answer their questions and how I could create a lasting impression, and it did just that. ” Angelica C., Student, Texas, USA
“One of the awesome things I love about this course is listening to a plethora of remote working professionals and the useful tips they give based on their years of experience. I strongly recommend this course to everyone working or considering working remotely.” Samuel T., Student, Osun, Nigeria
“I thought that the course was really well done. I thought it was a good idea to include the interviews of the remote workers because they had to go through this process of learning how to work remotely. Overall it was a good course that I feel taught me a lot.” Wyatt L., Student, Kansas, USA