When you work for an active and dynamic nonprofit or charity, it might feel like you're constantly learning new skills or building knowledge in different areas. And while you might be a super worker or volunteer, you're not superhuman so you shouldn't be expected to know everything about everything.
Technology, especially, can be difficult to stay on top of with constantly updating operating systems and new versions of software. Thankfully, there are many free or inexpensive training programs that can help you polish your technology skills.
If you're looking to brush up on some basic computer skills, there are many great resources out there to get you warmed up:
Whether you're the "accidental" IT person at your org or an actual IT person, you might find these free IT courses useful:
As you already probably know, there are lots of great nonprofit technology resources out there. Many of them offer some form of technology training:
Did you know that you can get access to discounted and donated training programs through TechSoup? Head on over to TechSoup's Training and Education page to find donated products as well as articles and blog posts on online training. Here's a sampling of the online courses TechSoup offers through its donation program:
And if you need to offer training or webinars to your staff or volunteers, TechSoup's programs include several options:
Got a favorite online technology training resource? Log in and share with us in the comments.
Ginny Mies is a Content Curator at TechSoup Global.
Thanks for such a valuable information. Currently , I am taking training from www.trainingconnection.com and my experience here is good, I was looking for taking more classes. I would go for this also.
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