ChatGPT Training

Our ChatGPT training course comprises 38 meticulously crafted modules that cover all aspects of ChatGPT and Conversational AI. From the basics of natural language processing (NLP) to advanced techniques for fine-tuning models, each module is thoughtfully designed to build upon the previous one, ensuring a smooth learning experience.

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this course includes

2 Training Hours

38 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

2 Topics

20 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion



Test Quiz


Downloadable ChatGPT Mind Map


Powerpoint Slides


Prompt Guide


Course Ebook

Introducing our Cutting-Edge ChatGPT Training Course: Unleash the Power of Conversational AI

Are you ready to revolutionize the way you interact with AI-driven technologies? Look no further! Our comprehensive ChatGPT training course is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to harness the full potential of Conversational AI. Whether you’re a developer, data scientist, or simply an AI enthusiast, this course will take you on an exciting journey towards mastering ChatGPT and unleashing its true capabilities.


ChatGPT Fundamentals

1.1 Course Welcome
1.2 Instructor Introduction
1.3 Download Course Resources
1.4 ChatGPT Fundamentals
1.5 What is ChatGPT
1.6 Use Cases for ChatGPT
1.7 Role of ChatGPT
1.8 Future of ChatGPT
1.9 ChatGPT Statistics, Facts & Trends
1.10 Limitations
1.11 What is a Chatbot
1.12 Understanding AI-ML
1.13 Demonstration - Tools to Use with ChatGPT
1.14 Business Benefits
1.15 Whiteboard - How it all works
1.16 Demonstration - How to Get Started with ChatGPT
1.17 Demonstration - Example Prompts
1.18 Discussion - ChatGPT Performance Issues
1.19 Module Summary

ChatGPT Prompt Demonstrations

2.1 ChatGPT Prompt Demonstrations
2.2 What is a Prompt
2.3 Best Practices For Writing Prompts
2.4 Prompt Demonstration - Asking Questions
2.5 Prompt Demonstration - Top Ten Lists
2.6 Prompt Demonstration - Long Form Docs
2.7 Prompt Demonstration - Complex Form and Code
2.8 Prompt Demonstration - Feedback
2.9 Prompt Demonstration - Content Modification
2.10 Prompt Demonstration - Instruction Generation
2.11 Prompt Demonstration - Information Extraction
2.12 Prompt Demonstration - Writing Computer Code
2.13 Prompt Demonstration - Solving Math Problems
2.14 Prompt Demonstration - Create YT Video Outline
2.15 Prompt Demonstration - Write a Blog Article
2.16 Prompt Demonstration - SEO Keywords
2.17 Comparing Google Bard vs ChatGPT
2.18 Module Summary
2.19 Course Closeout

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