The company Crehana announced that next January 21 and 22 it will open an offer of free and virtual courses for all interested.
The company will launch its Full Pass campaign, in which users who sign up will be able to enjoy more than 800 courses for free for 48 hours.
The new platform will offer its users training in the most demanded contents in the market.
This will help applicants fulfill their career and development goals for this year.
In addition, those who register will be able to discover all the offer new that Crehana has for this 2022. We explain how to apply to these courses.
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La plataforma Crehana Full Pass
According to a company statement, with Crehana Full Pass, interested people will have access to courses ranging from Digital Marketing, Illustration and Graphic Design, to Soft Skills, Lifestyle, Crafts and Cooking.
In addition, the users They will be able to organize their time thanks to Crehana’s ‘Study plan’ option that helps to establish daily goals to get the most out of these two days and continue adding to their personal and professional development.
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“It is the perfect opportunity for those who want to prepare themselves in those things that they have not yet been able to develop, in a dynamic way and from the comfort of their home,” said the company.
How to apply to the courses?
To gain access to the courses, the first thing is to enter the official Crehana page.
When you enter the portal, a Full Pass popup will ask you to register. Carry out the process, fill in the data and once finished you will have access to enjoy all the benefits of the campaign.
Remember that the offer will only be available on January 21 and 22, 2022.
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