What are the best certifications to have?

What are the best certifications to have?

  • Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
  • Microsoft Certified Azure Solutions Architect Expert.
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)
  • Oracle Certified MySQL Database Administrator (CMDBA)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Salesforce Certified Development Lifecycle and Deployment Designer.

How do I become certified?

4 Steps to Certification

  1. Step 1: Choose Your IT Certification. Research IT certifications that are available, match your interest and will help you achieve your career goals.
  2. Step 2: Get Familiar With Your IT Certification Exam.
  3. Step 3: Begin Learning and Training for Your Exam.
  4. Step 4: Register and Take Your Certification Exam.
  5. Congratulations!

What certifications can I get?

Here are 11 role- and industry-specific certifications that are easy to obtain.

  • Information technology (IT) certifications.
  • Human resources certifications.
  • Language certifications.
  • First aid certifications.
  • Project management certifications.
  • Software certifications.
  • Government certifications.
  • Notary public certification.

What are the best short courses?

The short courses that you can choose from are many, including:

  • Beauty courses.
  • Bookkeeping.
  • Business Studies.
  • Child Day Care courses.
  • Computer courses.
  • Creative Studies.
  • Event Management.
  • Hospitality and Tourism courses.

Are certificates worth it?

In good companies however, certifications are a valuable part of your résumé. Certifications are most probably not worth it. Most employers look more at what you did before. That said, studying for certifications is worth it and will help you pick up the core basics.

Are there any free online courses?

The common term that’s come to define these free classes is MOOC, which stands for Massive Open Online Courses. Many of these universities offer free classes via a MOOC platform, such as Coursera, edX, and Udemy. Take a look at seven big-name universities offering free online college classes.

Is a short course a qualification?

A short course is defined as being a course with the duration of less than a year, and it might or might not be accredited. Some short courses count towards a qualification, others don’t. Many short courses are presented on online platforms instead of contact sessions.

What is short course certificate?

Short courses are certificate programs offered by OED that can be completed in a shorter period of time. These courses are ideal for students who wish to upgrade their skills or refresh their knowledge, or to those who wish to expand their skills into new areas of interest.

How long is certificate program?

Certificate: Time Commitment. One of the biggest draws of a certificate program is the speed at which you can complete it. Unlike a degree—which can take between two and four years to finish—certificates require as little as a few months to a few years to complete.

What is a short course called?

Noun. Introductory course. crash course. intensive course.

Are short courses beneficial?

A short course can make you more employable by giving you skills in administration, bookkeeping, secretarial or computers, amongst others, which will help you to find an entry-level position. Short courses also show potential employers that you are motivated and keen to learn and improve yourself.

How do I apply for a short course at UJ?

Step 1: Go to www.uj.ac.za/Apply (click here) and select online web application. Step 2: Thereafter select First-Time Applicant. Read the instructions and scroll down to the online application link. Step 3: Thereafter complete your biographical information, which will lead you to receiving a student number.

How long is a short course at Unisa?

three to six months