I can't speak to the quality personally, but
Sound like giving a good basis.
TIL that a lot of Coursera ML courses are Google centric, so if you find others that sound good, it may be worth to diversify. Also don't feel pressured to take all of them just because I mentioned them, learning is part of any career ;)
As a sidenote: if you create projects as part of the courses, putting them on GitHub and listing them on your CV can be a great way to demonstrate your technical ability.