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Facebook has launched a new website dedicated to helping people build digital skills for the modern working world
Dubbed Learn with Facebook, the company describes the platform as “a career development site that provides an introduction to both the hard and soft skills people need to advance in today’s digital workforce”.
The lessons, which feature “case studies, insider tips and resources from industry experts”, are free to access online and include topics such as Ace Your Interview and Manage Your Content Marketing.
While lessons are also conducted online and seem to be available globally, Facebook is further partnering with Goodwill Community Forum to help make the training more accessible in the US.
The company is also expanding its Jobs platform so that business can post available jobs to Groups, and it’s updating the Mentorship tool by making the process of choosing a mentor in Groups simpler.
“People can sign up to share information about what they’re offering or looking for, and then others in the Group can browse a list of those available people to find a match and reach out directly,” the company explains on its website.
You can sign up to Learn with Facebook using your Facebook account, email address or phone number.
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