Launch your new career with these online courses

Keep your skills sharp while you stay inside.

  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are now spending more time at home.
  • With the uptick in free time, now is an ideal time to learn new skills.
  • Whizlabs can help you learn new, in-demand skills without having to leave your home.

As the world continues to wrestle with the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are working remotely and staying indoors as much as possible. This lifestyle change is dramatic and can be stressful, but there is a silver lining: We have significantly more free time to learn at home.

If there's a new skill you've been meaning to learn, there's a good chance you can get the training you need with Whizlabs.

Whizlabs has been offering affordable online certification training courses and practice tests since 2000. Their online certifications include expert-level training in cloud computing, Java, Project Management, Agile, Linux, blockchain, Big Data, CCNA, and digital marketing. Their focus on education and real-world implementation has made them a leader in the field. To date, they've trained more than three million professionals.

With the Whizlabs Online Certifications: Lifetime Membership, you'll be guided through certification training programs by experts in the field and receive regularly updated content so you can keep your skills on the cutting edge.

There is precedent for this success: companies such as Accenture, Bloomberg, Capgemini, Cisco, Deloitte, and Infosys have all used Whizlab's services.

You can now get your lifetime subscription for just $59, over 90% off the original price.

Price subject to change.

When you buy something through a link in this article or from our shop, Big Think earns a small commission. Thank you for supporting our team's work.

More From Big Think
Related Articles

There never was a male fertility crisis

A new study suggests that reports of the impending infertility of the human male are greatly exaggerated.

Sex & Relationships
  • A new review of a famous study on declining sperm counts finds several flaws.
  • The old report makes unfounded assumptions, has faulty data, and tends toward panic.
  • The new report does not rule out that sperm counts are going down, only that this could be quite normal.
Keep reading Show less

Over 40% of workers are considering quitting their jobs

A year of disruptions to work has contributed to mass burnout.

Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Politics & Current Affairs
  • Junior members of the workforce, including Generation Z, are facing digital burnout.
  • 41 percent of workers globally are thinking about handing in their notice, according to a new Microsoft survey.
  • A hybrid blend of in-person and remote work could help maintain a sense of balance – but bosses need to do more.
Keep reading Show less

Modular construction: Using Lego-like blocks to build structures of the future

Buildings don't have to be permanent — modular construction can make them modifiable and relocatable.

Freethink
Technology & Innovation
  • Modular construction involves building the components of a habitable structure in a factory, and then assembling those components on-site.
  • The history of modular construction stretches back centuries, and it became briefly popular in the U.S. after World War II, but it's never quite caught on.
  • Construction firms like iMod Structures, which constructs buildings that can be modified and relocated, may soon change that.
Keep reading Show less
Quantcast