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The Content Specialist Certification is offered to content managers and agencies throughout the state for a more robust understanding of who their users are, usability and accessibility best practices, and to help agencies create a better digital experience for citizens.
47 Trinity Avenue SW
Atlanta, GA 30334
Digital Services Georgia offers a series of 6, half-day workshops on content and understanding your audience. These courses are designed as a hands-on approach for state agencies to improve their content strategy, writing, and best practices for accessibility.
The cost of this course is covered under hosting and support.
To receive your Content Specialist certification, you must complete six 3-hour classes and applicable course work for each.
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The certified course includes the successful completion of each of the following classes:
See State Certified Content Specialist for the complete class overview.