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Course Trends in 2021: A Year in Review and Look to the Future

After the crazy ride that was 2020, you might be feeling a bit unsure about how to plan learning in 2021.

We've gathered and analyzed data about the training we list on to identify which course types and categories saw growth or remained strong in 2020 vs. the previous year. As we share these trends we'll let you know if we think they are here to stay for 2021.

What's included?

  • 7 pages of insights based on our internal site statistics

  • Our top 10 most popular course categories of 2020 by views and inquiries

  • Category trends in soft skills, health and safety, and remote work.

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Last updated: 25 Jan 2021

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