Empower Your Employees with UC’s Digital Skills Trainings

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Build a stronger workforce in partnership with UC. The University of Cincinnati offers micro-credentials and professional certifications to help your current and future workforce develop the digital skills needed to succeed in a tech-centered economy.

Check out the UC Digital Skills Catalog and get started today.  

Upcoming Digital Skills Programs 

ITIL v4 Framework Certification:

This three-day course will provide knowledge of the ITIL terminology, structure, and basic concepts and comprehension of the core principles of ITIL practices for service management. Participants will review key concepts of service manager and how value creation is enabled through services.  Starts January 26.  

CompTIA Network+ Certification:

This bootcamp covers the technical skills needed to securely establish, maintain and troubleshoot the essential networks that businesses rely on. Participants will learn networking fundamentals, operations, implementation, security, and troubleshooting. Starts January 31. 

CompTIA Security+ Certification:

This bootcamp is an intensive course in Information Technology Fundamentals and Cybersecurity. The course begins with foundational learning in Information Technology, networking, and cybersecurity required for the in-depth cybersecurity topics that will be covered in the latter part of the camp. Participants will gain an overview of practical information technology skills, intermediate skills in core cybersecurity functions, and problem solving and critical thinking skills. Starts March 7.  

Microsoft Excel Training and Certification:

This course will cover the fundamentals of creating and managing worksheets and workbooks, creating cells, ranges, and tables, applying formulas and functions, and creating charts and objects. Participants will be sufficiently proficient to address managing data import and export, cleaning and entering data, understanding advanced functions, analyzing and presenting data, conditional formatting, basic charts and pivot tables. Starts February 14. 

Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification: 

In this course, participants will gain the foundational knowledge of cloud services for a career in IT. This course is intended for non-technical candidates who want to understand the cloud-based solutions for offering services such as sales, purchasing, and marketing of cloud services. Starts March 7. 

Certified Associate in Project Management: 

This course provides the training needed to gain certification in project management and covers all the fundamental knowledge, processes, terminology associated with effective project management. Upon completion of this course, participants will gain project management credibility and knowledge, become confident project leads, and understand the best project management practices. Starts March 7.  


Funding for up to $30,000 is available through the Ohio TechCred program.  TechCred offers employers up to $2,000 in reimbursement for every technology-focused credential earned by an employee, up to $30,000 per employer per round.

Contact Stephanie Kollmann Baker, Program Manager for Digital Innovation, to learn more about Digital Skills trainings.