On this microcredential, you’ll develop the cloud skills you need to add value on the job and break into the cloud computing sector whilst earning academic credit from Coventry University, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Academy member institution.
Over 12 weeks, this introductory course provides a detailed overview of cloud concepts, AWS core services, security, architecture, pricing, and support.
Take an AWS Academy cloud computing course
The microcredential offers a unique learning experience, featuring AWS Academy Cloud Foundations – a course developed and maintained by AWS, and taught by AWS Academy accredited educators.
Cloud computing is becoming one of the most critical technology powering the digital age.
With organisations of all sizes turning to cloud-based solutions, worldwide spending on public cloud services is predicted to double by 2023.
As well as building your broad-based knowledge, you’ll also complete practical labs in an AWS cloud environment, building the hands-on skills of a cloud computing business practitioner.
Upskill in AWS technologies and earn academic credit
This microcredential will see you complete labs in an AWS Cloud environment, building the capabilities of a cloud computing business practitioner, preparing you to take the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam, and, in turn, accelerating your software training and career development.
Position yourself for career success, earn academic credit from Coventry University, and prepare for the industry-recognised AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification in just 12-weeks.
Cloud computing jobs
How much do cloud computing jobs pay?
A cloud computing engineer can expect to earn around £60,000 a year, on average.
Courses under this program: Course 1: Cloud Computing Professional -Use more advanced cloud concepts like cloud architecture, networking and databases and practice them in the AWS cloud environment.
Course 2: Cloud Computing Business and Technology Fundamentals -Discover the fundamental business case for cloud computing and the key skills required for a successful cloud-first organisation.