1st Orientation on Coursera Learning Program

Do you want a new learning experience and earn certificates from the world’s best universities? Join the Department of Science and Technology-Caraga on Coursera!

DOST-Caraga is an approved partner of Coursera in the Philippines under the Coursera Workforce Government program to provide free access to 3,800 courses from top universities and organizations in the world.

Coursera is a web-based online learning platform with teachers from many universities to give everyone access to quality education without the expense of a traditional college or university. The courses include company-specific training programs from Coursera partners like Google and IBM, as well as courses in the areas of cloud computing, emerging technologies, machine learning, big data, and other business, skill, or career-specific training. Due to the “new normal” brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of employees need an upgrade or new skill on returning to the workforce.

2nd orientation on Coursera Learning Program

DOST-Caraga Regional Director Dominga Mallonga invited interested students and professionals to explore the opportunities in the said online learning platform at https://www.coursera.org/.

As of June 24, 2020, a total of 2,500 grantees have been enrolled to the program from all over the Philippines.

DOST-Caraga calls interested applicants to the program to the learning program. Once enrolled, the grantees can take as many courses as they can until December 2020.

Just go to coursera.org, click sign up and create a Coursera account. Register to bit.ly/DostCourseraReg
to apply for the DOST-Coursera Learning Program. Fill out the application form promptly and use the email you provided with Coursera. Attend the online orientation via FB live and make sure to fill out the attendance.

Follow DOST-Coursera Learners Program Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/coursera.dost13 for the updates and schedules of orientation. 

Join DOST-Caraga on Coursera and build your career now!

Written by: Aliana Gene Sarmiento

Updated: June 24, 2020

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