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SkillUp Monterey

SkillUp Monterey provides a free, flexible way for jobseekers to brush up on their skills. With things changing at a fast pace, online learning is one of the best ways to keep skills sharp. Whether taking hour-long courses or watching short videos, online learning is convenient and always available.

Available Services

Register for SkillUp Monterey to access the following services: 

  Over 5,000 Courses

  Skills Assessments

  Careers Pathways Tools

  Certification Training

Available course topics include:

  Workplace Skills

  Microsoft Office


  Project Management

  Customer Service

  And so much more!

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SkillUp Features

SkillUp Monterey offers the following features:

  Free of charge

  Manage your own online training

  Flexible, self-paced learning of essential workplace skills

  Courses to train for industry-recognized certifications

  Pass courses with 80% or higher to earn a completion certification

  Download and print your completion certificates

  Certifications for your resume that provide new interview talking points

  Professional development

Questions? Contact Us!

Employers: (844) 932-4249

Job Seekers: (866) 666-9332

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