By Abheet Sajwan
A graduate degree isn’t enough to pursue a job today. Most organisations are only focused on hiring specialists and
those too with good work experience.
To shine and to get a job of your choice, students either opt for postgraduate courses or are going for short-term certificate courses. There are many courses available today – both online and offline – that help boost your employability. Such additional courses help the applicants to get noticed by the recruiters. Check these:
PMP stands for Project Management Professional. This course is one of a kind and very well known for project management in various domains. This course introduces people with various project management tools and techniques with exposure through hands-on project training.
Certification in Digital Marketing
When everything is shifting to the digital platform, marketing too has become digital oriented. From social media to influencers or newsletter – marketing has become more robust using digital mediums. A certificate course in Digital Marketing will acquaint you with everything essential around various channels of digital marketing.
WordPress Training Course
WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS (Content Management System). You can create a professional website in WordPress without writing a single code. Pursuing a WordPress Training Course after graduation helps you to land a job in website development or digital marketing.
Course in UX and UI
There is a soaring demand for UX and UI professionals in India. Ideally, UX and UI professionals can get a boost in their career by pursuing a short term course in this particular domain. These professionals are in great demand, especially in the tech-oriented companies.
For those who are into finance and more, ac course in Business Analytics is a must. The basic course helps in developing an in-depth understanding of the data sorting, analysis, mapping trends etc. Pursuing this course can make you readily employable as most companies are seeking this expertise.
Abheet Sajwan is a trainee writer at TimesJobs.