On December 8, the popular British online publication TechBullion published an article about our educational platform. There, it described the Lectera principles, the main directions of training, and our Fast Education methodology.

In today's world, where real skills and your ability to continuously learn are essential, our platform is ready to provide you with universal access to all the knowledge you need to build a successful career and engage in professional development. Lectera today means more than 150 online courses in 9 categories in five languages, a team of 150 international specialists and an innovative learning methodology that allows you to boost your skills, devoting only 15-20 minutes a day to your training.

In its article, TechBullion correctly emphasized the key idea of our founder and CEO Mila Semeshkina. Lectera's goal is to change the approach to the education of the future and adapt the educational experience to the current labour market, making it practical and focused on immediate results. That is why all Lectera courses are based on Mila Semeshkina's personal tools and teaching methods, which she has used since her school years. Furthermore, it's thanks to them that she has succeeded so much both in business and her life.

Nowadays, Lectera enables you to study not only on a computer but also using mobile devices. You can just download the apps for iOS or Android.

To learn more about our principles, inner workings, and educational topics, read the full article on TechBullion.

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