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Choose from Four Options
- $19 for digital-security awareness training for 1 person ($99 value)
- $39 for digital-security awareness training and digital-literacy skills certification course for 1 person ($398 value)
- $99 for digital-security awareness training for 10 people ($990 value)
- $199 for digital-security awareness training and digital-literacy skills certification course for 10 people ($3,980 value)
The digital-security awareness training helps students learn how to identify threats to their computer's security, prevent identity theft, and more.
The digital-literacy skills certification course prepares students for the Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) exam with training sessions on computer operating system fundamentals, key business software applications, how to communicate effectively online and other office computer skills that can help bolster resumes.
Each course provides 12 months of access to on-demand instructor-led training with video and audio lectures and demonstrations, workbook exercises, and quizzes. Upon successful completion of this course, students receive a certificate of completion from Career Academy.
Established in 1999 by tech expert Samson Chu and business leader Joel Kestenberg, Career Academy trains business professionals with a self-guided video curriculum. Programs include Office Productivity and Project Management certification as well as IT certification training and information-security strategies that go beyond changing all of your passwords to the name of your other dog. Most of the expert instructors boast decades in the tech industry, and many are successful business owners in their own right.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Easy to use program, well worth the money for training. I'll put another review after I take the test :)”
“Great for people who needs a refresher and very hands on which is great showing every part that you need to know.”
“More explanation of program would be good. ”