College and university faculty can now easily teach cloud literacy and digital transformation with the Cloud Digital Leader track, part of the Google Cloud career readiness program. The new track is available for eligible faculty who are preparing their students for a cloud-first workforce. As part of the track, students will build their cloud literacy and learn the value of Google Cloud in driving digital transformation, while also preparing for the Cloud Digital Leader certification exam. Apply today!
Cloud Digital Leader career readiness track
The Cloud Digital Leader career readiness track is designed to equip eligible faculty with the resources needed to prepare their students for the Cloud Digital Leader certification. This Google Cloud certification requires no previous cloud computing knowledge or hands-on experience. The training path enables students to build cloud literacy and learn how to evaluate the capabilities of Google Cloud in preparation for future job roles.
Faculty members can access this curriculum as part of the Google Cloud Career Readiness program. Faculty from eligible institutions can apply to lead students through the no-cost program which provides access to the four-course on-demand training, hands-on practice to supplement the learning, and additional exam prep resources. Students who complete the entire program are eligible to apply for a certification exam discount. The Cloud Digital Leader track is the third program available for classroom use, joining the Associate Cloud Engineer and Data Analyst tracks.
Cloud resources for your classroom
Ready to get started? Apply today to access the Cloud Digital Leader career readiness track for your classroom. Read the eligibility criteria for faculty. You can preview the course content at no cost.
By: Carrie D’Ascoli (Global Program Manager, Google Cloud Learning Services)
Source: Google Cloud Blog