📚 In order to find a remote job, your first goal should be to master the English language. If you are not a native speaker, I would recommend apps DuoLingo or Babbel to start. As a non-native English speaker, it was one of the biggest obstacles standing between me and my next remote job. Using Grammarly will also help your written English along the way.
Once you and English have become one, you need to understand which skills and qualification you have that may increase the chances of getting a remote job.
Below, you can find some websites where you can improve your skills or learn something completely new to achieve this goal.
Remote How – 6-week online program to learn how to build and lead highly effective teams despite the distance.
Iron Hack – Ironhack just launched a Remote Coding Bootcamp
A great option if you want to become a Web Developer. Ironhack offers immersive learning experiences in Web Development, UX/UI Design and Data Analytics. They are running some free webinars now.
SkillCrush – Coding, Design and Business & Marketing Courses
Le Wagon – Through immersive coding bootcamps, Le Wagon teaches you the skills and entrepreneurial mindset you need to thrive – now and in the future.
TutsPlus – Discover free how-to tutorials and over 1,280 video courses. Build an app, create a website, or learn a new skill.
Skillshare – Explore new skills, deepen existing passions, and get lost in creativity. What you find just might surprise and inspire you.
Coursera – Develop skills with online courses, certificates and degrees from the best universities and companies in the world
Codeacademy – Data Science, Web Development or Programming and
Computer Science courses.
Edx – Access 2500+ Online Courses from 140 Top Institutions.
Open Learn – Search for free courses, interactives, videos and more!
HubSpot Academy – 60 Best Free Online Courses For Whatever You Want to Learn
Digital Marketer – 11 Marketing Courses & Certifications PLUS ALL Updates & New Trainings
Lynda – 100% of Lynda.com’s courses and instructors have moved to LinkedIn Learning
Alison – Alison is one of the world’s largest free learning platforms for education and skills training. It is a for-profit social enterprise dedicated to making it possible for anyone, to study anything, anywhere, at any time, for free online, at any subject level.
Digital Garage by Google – Discover a range of free learning content designed to help grow your business or jump-start your career. You can learn by selecting individual modules, or dive right in and take an entire course end-to-end.
Vimeo School – Make better videos with tips from the Vimeo team, industry leaders, and friendly faces from the community
Future Learn – Is coronavirus affecting your education or work? Explore online courses to continue studying, build professional skills, and connect with experts.
Udemy – maior seleção de cursos do mundo
Udacity – Udacity is the world’s fastest, most efficient way to master the skills tech companies want. 100% online, part-time & self-paced.
Moz Academy – The fastest way to learn SEO.
Class Central – Discover thousands of free online courses from top universities around the world like MIT, Stanford, and Harvard.
NaTakallam offers award-winning, high-quality language learning programs delivered by refugees, for all levels of Arabic, French, Persian and Spanish, as well as professional translation services to individuals and organizations worldwide.
Acumen Academy – The World’s School for Social Change. A university re-imagined for a world that needs all of us. Our mission is to unleash a new generation of social innovators and leaders with the determination and grit to build a more just, inclusive and sustainable world. At Acumen Academy we define success not on how the privileged fare but on how the poor, vulnerable and the earth are treated.
Outsystems – Learn to build apps. Follow a path or take a course. View webinars or read docs. And, don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Remember, Frodo took three whole movies to get to Mordor, but it was worth it.
PluralSight – With assessments, learning paths and courses authored by industry experts, this platform helps businesses and individuals benchmark expertise across roles, speed up release cycles and build reliable, secure products.
Microsoft launches initiative to help 25 million people worldwide acquire the digital skills needed in a COVID-19 economy