Skip to 0 minutes and 9 secondsWe really hope you've enjoyed the course. If you did, you may want to take a look at the other two courses within Creating Digital Content. If you want to try something different, there's a range of courses to choose from. You may wish to follow the Working with Digital Skills theme or the Professional Skills theme. Alternatively, you can navigate in any order you want. Whichever route you decide, when you complete a course, don't forget to pick up your certificate and add it to your professional portfolio and LinkedIn achievements. Thanks again for taking part. See you next time.
Thank you for joining Create a Professional Online Presence from the Institute of Coding.
We really hope you’ve enjoyed the course. If you did, you may want to take a look at the other two courses within Creating Digital Content.
You may also find these courses from the University of Leeds interesting:
Digital and Professional Skills
Throughout this Digital Skills for the Workplace portfolio of courses you can also choose to focus on digital skills or professional skills.
The Digital Skills stream explores how we can use technologies to explore new work opportunities or to develop skills that will enable you to work more effectively. Exploring these will help you to thrive in the new digital workplace.
The Professional Skills stream focuses on the abilities and qualities required in a wide variety of jobs across all work sectors. If you want to be successful at work you have to have these basic skills to work in an effective and professional way.
You can find out more about the full portfolio of courses in the short video above and in the portfolio map in the Downloads section.
If you’re looking to start university, you can discover what studying is really like by taking one of the Going to University courses with leading Leeds academics.
Whichever route you decide, when you complete a course don’t forget to pick up your certificate and add it to your professional portfolio and LinkedIn achievements.
Thanks again for taking part and see you next time.
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