On this microcredential, you’ll develop your fundamental understanding of cloud computing, best-practice business use cases, and the core enterprise skills required to deliver value through cloud solutions.
Over 12 weeks you’ll acquire essential cloud computing skills, including understanding security risks and how to deal with them, the uses and benefits of cloud computing, and discovering industry-standard tools and techniques. The course is 100% online – meaning you can train flexibly, in your own time.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Training
As demand for data storage increases, cloud computing is arguably becoming the most critical technology powering the digital age. With organisations of all sizes turning to cloud-based solutions, worldwide spending on public cloud services is predicted to double by 2023.
Amazon Web Services is one of the internet’s biggest cloud providers – and their certification provides evidence of training in cloud computing fundamentals.
This online cloud computing course is created in partnership with the AWS academy – meaning you will come away with gold-standard cloud computing training.
AWS Cloud Practitioner
You’ll complete labs in an Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud environment, building the capabilities of a cloud computing business professional, preparing you to earn AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification, and, in turn, accelerating your software training and career development.
Cloud computing jobs
How much do cloud computing jobs pay?
A cloud computing engineer can expect to earn around £60,000 a year, on average.
Is cloud computing in demand?
The cloud computing careers market is one of the fast-growing in the world – between 2015 and 2019 jobs in the sector grew by 55%.
With the international jobs market in unprecedented flux, training in cloud computing is a great way to future-proof your CV – according to LinkedIn, cloud computing is the second most in-demand hard skill of 2020.
Cloud computing is one of the most desirable careers right now. There’s never been a better time to start your cloud computing career journey.
This microcredential meets the standards set by the Common Microcredential Framework.