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DataCamp and Degreed partner to offer free data literacy courses

DataCamp’s custom training courses facilitate enterprises’ digital transformation goals

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DataCamp has begun to offer free data literacy courses to all Degreed users. 

DataCamp and Degreed develop comprehensive learning programs tailored to enterprises’ needs. Extending their partnership, DataCamp is offering free access to three interactive online courses: Data Science for Everyone, Machine Learning for Everyone, and Data Engineering for Everyone.  

The courses require no prior coding experience, making them an ideal choice for organizations undergoing or planning an enterprise-wide digital transformation. Essentially, the courses are suitable for all skill levels and roles. 

Degreed clients with Edit Settings permission can access DataCamp’s free courses through the Provider's tab or by contacting their Client Experience partner. There’s also the option to upgrade for full DataCamp access.

The “Data Science for Everyone” course includes 15 videos and 48 exercises on data science, data collection and storage, time series analysis, and A/B testing. 

“Machine Learning for Everyone” lets users discover intelligent technologies behind self-driving cars and always-on customer experience tools. 

Lastly, “Data Engineering for Everyone” explains data engineers’ core responsibilities via Spotflix, a fictional music-streaming firm. Each course takes two hours to complete.

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DataCamp CEO and co-founder Jonathan Cornelissen said, "There is incredible power in data—but only if you know what to do with it. All departments and roles must have the skills to analyze that data to extract meaningful insights. Through our renewed partnership with Degreed, we are proud to provide their clients with free access to the powerful data skills they need to make better decisions, better serve their customers, and drive business growth."

"Data is core to every organization and that means everyone must have a baseline understanding of data. We're excited to offer all Degreed clients the DataCamp training, to empower their people ready for the data-driven future and ensure everyone knows how to use data effectively in their work," commented Rob Wellington, director of experience partnerships at Degreed.

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