In an ever-changing digital world, keeping your skills up to date is essential. Depending on what you want to learn, the variety of courses and pricing options can be endless. So I narrowed it down to a handful for you :)
If you are looking for a great all round entry point into entrepreneurship I would look no further than Draper University. I am affiliated with them but that is because I love what they do. Not only do you learn, you have the opportunity to pitch Silicon Valley investors and leave with pre-seed funding (US$100k).
I know of no other program that take a risk so early on founders.
Leading Silicon Valley pre-accelerator that also offers online programming and the ability to pitch for pre-seed investment.
Given the demand for these particular roles - I would say learning Growth Hacking at The Talent Institute or programming at Le Wagon would be a great option.
Interested in learning Growth Hacking? This is where you go!
Interested in learning to code? Check out Techcrunch's #1 Code Academy.
If you are looking for smaller short courses. I would highly recommend Skillshare. What I love about Skillshare is the fact that all of their courses are super short.
One of the best courses I consumed on Skillshare about productivity was only 23 mins in duration - You don't need all of the fluff!
I hope this helped you level up 🚀