– Learners can start learning today’s most in-demand skills
– More than 300+ job-ready skills through 1000+ hours of free online self-learning video content
BENGALURU, India, Nov. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Simplilearn, the world’s leading online Bootcamp for digital economy skills training, today launched their SkillUp initiative, a free learning platform to help individuals get started and chart their path to success in today’s competitive work environment. Through this, learners across the globe will have free access to over 1,000 hours of learning and tech skilling programs covering over 300 in-demand skills. This initiative aims to help working professionals and students identify their upskilling options to begin their journey in today’s leading technologies. It’s more important than ever for professionals to work towards achieving specific career goals, especially in a post-pandemic world where tech skills will define their career trajectory. The programs will be made available on Simplilearn’s SkillUp website and mobile app (on PlayStore and iOS).
The programs offered by Simplilearn follow a self-learning model where learners have access to on-demand video-based content. The curriculum focuses on building strong foundational tech skills for career growth. Learners will have access to comprehensive programs created by top industry experts, which will enhance their skill sets and advance their careers. In addition, learners have access to free guides on career paths, salaries, interview tips, and more to help them make more informed career decisions. The virtual nature of these programs provides aspirants with the advantage of learning anywhere and anytime and the benefit of exploring and learning in-demand skills without disrupting their current schedules.
Speaking on its new initiative Krishna Kumar, Founder and CEO, Simplilearn said, “We have launched this initiative to benefit millions of learners across the globe who may find it difficult to afford or access quality learning programs. It is our humble effort to democratize online skilling and help our learners to boost their careers and stay ahead of the curve. We will continue to add more topics and content to SkillUp over time, making it the premier destination for free digital-skills education.”
The free programs are designed for anyone who wants to learn the latest digital skills. The programs being offered span data science, cyber security, project management & leadership, cloud computing, digital marketing, and much more. Designed for all professionals, these free programs will help students and beginners, as well as experienced developers, engineers, managers, and executives. The curriculum is designed by renowned industry experts & course advisors like Ronald van Loon, Marc Weaver, Dean Pompilio, and Matt Bailey.
Simplilearn is the world’s #1 online Bootcamp for digital economy skills training focused on helping people acquire the skills they need to thrive in the digital economy. Simplilearn provides outcome-based online training across technologies and applications in Data Science, AI and Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Digital Marketing, DevOps, Project Management, and other critical digital disciplines. Through individual courses, comprehensive certification programs, and partnerships with world-renowned universities, Simplilearn provides millions of professionals and thousands of corporate training organizations with the work-ready skills they need to excel in their careers. Based in San Francisco, CA, and Bangalore, India, Simplilearn has helped more than one million professionals and 2,000 companies across 150 countries to get trained, acquire certifications, and reach their business and career goals. With over 1,000 live classes each month, real-world projects, and more, professionals learn by doing at Simplilearn. Ongoing industry recognition for the company includes the 2020 Aegis Graham Bell Award for Innovation in EdTech and the 2020 Stevie® Gold Award for Customer Service Success. For more information, please visit www.simplilearn.com
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