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Step into Digital Technologies

Online Learning , Digital Skills , Accreditation
Employability Skills
Digital technologies careers


This free online course from City and Guilds will show you how to move into a career in the digital technologies sector and help you discover the career opportunities available in this fast-growing industry.

The course aims to enable you to:

  • discover the different job roles in the digital industry
  • identify the key responsibilities within the digital and IT sector
  • gain an awareness of in-demand jobs
  • utilise and build upon your existing skills to start your career.
  • prepare for work in the digital industry


Once you have completed the course, you’ll receive a digital credential from City & Guilds.


With your credential, you can search for live job opportunities and be signposted to organisations that City & Guilds has teamed up with to help you take the next step towards a career in digital.

You’ll also receive advice on how to go about searching for a job, key things to highlight on your CV and insights on what it takes to start your own business.

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