Online learning platforms provide a great deal of help for anyone with the desire to learn and one of the best and most affordable services around is Udemy.
Udemy is in the businesses of unlocking potential, with more than 185,000 online video courses on topics ranging from design and creative writing to music, photography, web development and more, all across 13 categories.
Tomorrow, Udemy is ending one of its biggest sales yet, which means that you only have a few hours to get up to 85% off loads of courses, from $9.99. And you don't even have to use a coupon or promotional course.
This includes thousands of different classes, offline access to downloadable courses and discounts on exciting creative resources, services, and benefits.
- Here's our list of the best online Photoshop tutorials right now
- We've gathered the best IT training courses available
- Here's our list of the best Python online courses out there
The courses are taught by experts who want to share their knowledge gained from experience with pupils who are looking to expand thereupon their own.
The platform is also designed to integrate seamlessly with normal routines. Users can take their courses with them anywhere, so they can learn at their own pace, wherever they may be. There's no app to download and some courses even deliver a certificate of completion.
Why is this a great deal?
Udemy courses are fun and can be accessed anywhere, anytime, with tens of millions of students having already enrolled. The courses are perfect for anyone looking for a hobby project that will help them expand their knowledge at the same time.
Udemy also offer a subscription scheme which could also be extremely useful for anyone that works in an industry that requires them to keep up with new trends and knowledge. More than 6,000 online courses are available.
Are you a pro? Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up to the TechRadar Pro newsletter to get all the top news, opinion, features and guidance your business needs to succeed!
Désiré has been musing and writing about technology during a career spanning four decades. He dabbled in website builders and web hosting when DHTML and frames were in vogue and started narrating about the impact of technology on society just before the start of the Y2K hysteria at the turn of the last millennium.