In times of uncertainty, people may have lost their jobs or even entire businesses forcing them to seek income elsewhere.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point (UWSP) is offering free opportunities for anyone to continue their education.
“This is exactly what we see as a no credit course or training and development so that it is open to the public, that they don’t have to go through the acceptance process, but we ask them to sign up and have customer service to support their experience, ”said Wayne Sorenson, director of continuing education at UWSP.
The courses are designed to learn new skills, refine old ones, or even earn a certificate in the field of your choice, according to Wayne, “they can identify gaps, areas of interest or the needs of certain skills to progress.”.
There are many course options to choose from, including webpage development. supervision management, personal finances, etc.
After completing this course, you will receive a graduation certificate.
But when it comes to how you use your certificate, according to Wayne, it depends on you and where you stand in your career.
For more information and how to register, click here.