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Getting started as a freelancer (Upwork) (Sign Language)

About This Course

In this course, you will learn how to market yourself in the freelancing field. Begin by creating your SWOT analysis for helping you to set your career goals in right way, and proper ways to create your online profile on UP-work. Find out how to find your niche in freelancing market then refine your portfolio for presentation to clients. Plus, discover how to expand your client base with marketing, and grow your business.


Complete Course "Freelancing Basics"

Course Staff

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Hany Saad

Graduated from Faculty of Science, Assiut University in 2006, and graduated from Information technology institute (ITI) – Software Engineering department in 2008. Working as senior teaching assistant and lecturer at information technology institute for Front-end development courses, and Expert in freelancing responsible for track in ITI Assiut branch. Has more than 10 years of experience in software development field. Worked as a freelancer for many years, supervised many IT projects and online teams, and experienced in freelancing work standards and tools

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Mohamed Rashad

Mohamed Help in this course as Sign Langauge Interpreter , Mohamed work as Sign Language Instructor . , IT Teacher for the Deaf ,References Sign Language Dictionaries ,Press and Interpreter for the Deaf at Shawer Newspaper ,Volunteer to Translation Touch Sign Language for the Deaf Blind ,Volunteer for Many Associations for the Deaf ,Senior Vice Employees' Union Sign Language Translation Profession "Under Construction" and Sign Language Interpreter of the National Council on Disability .

Frequently Asked Questions

What projects can be done on Upwork?

Anything you can do on a computer can be done through Upwork.

How does Upwork make money?

Upwork charges freelancers a 20%, 10%, or 5% service fee depending on the total amount they’ve billed with a client

What web browser should I use?

Uteena platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Firefox or Safari, or with Internet Explorer version 9 and above.