Shell, Microsoft join hands to offer digital skills to non-IT students
Shell and Microsoft have joined hands to provide digital skills to non-IT students in vocational education institutes. Shell has partnered with VC-Tech and Microsoft for the initiative. Which offers students a curriculum that would help them learn. How to use cloud technology and program design, write computer programs and interact with data. The program will teach them how technology can help them improve their employability.
Microsoft and Shell will offer digital skills to students in vocational education institutes in 16 states. The latest initiative from the IT major as it aims to expand its reach among non-IT professionals.
A collaboration to offer digital skills to students in vocational education institutes. Shell, a global energy company. He will provide the curricula and technical training during Shell’s BOGA training program. And Microsoft will provide 4 weeks of professional development training that will prepare students for roles in IT. The companies are targeting specific sectors of the economy – including financial services, automotive, transport, logistics, healthcare, manufacturing, and hospitality – with these programs to respond to demand among workers in these sectors who want an alternative route into IT.
They would co-develop a digital learning project in partnership with the UK-based vocational training provider, Interserve. The technology company has pledged to invest over £1 million in digital skills training for students at Interserve’s Learning Centre, located in Derby, as well as 800+ vocational education providers across the UK. The objective of this program is to equip young people with 21st-century skills to meet the growing demand for more highly skilled workers in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) sector.
Digital skills to students in vocational education institutes
Shell, the world’s largest energy company, and Microsoft Corporation have joined hands to offer digital skills to non-IT students in vocational education institutes. Microsoft and Shell are offering digital skills to students in vocational education institutes, to enable them to become IT professionals. Digital skills are increasingly valued by employers. With Shell, Microsoft joins hands to offer digital skills to non-IT students
The Shell-Microsoft Technology Skills Institute is a virtual skills training program that aims to improve students’ digital and SOE skills in technical education institutes in Malaysia. Shell and Microsoft form a partnership in the “digital skills for non-IT students” program. The initiative offers digital skills to vocational education institutes, which will enable them to meet the needs of their students.
Microsoft and Shell are joining hands to offer digital skills to vocational education institutes. The program will identify students interested in the IT field and provide them with training in cloud computing, to get them employed.
VETCERT is a global initiative of Shell, Microsoft, and VETNET to provide educational opportunities for non-IT students in vocational education institutes.
In a joint initiative with the ministry of electronics and information technology (MeitY). It has tied up with Shell for ‘Digital Skills for VET aspirants’. This will help in increasing employability through digital skills training to over 4 lakh students in vocational education institutes across India. The main objective of the program is to help young people acquire marketable digital skills. That they can use while building careers in IT or non-IT sectors.
Corporate partners, Shell and Microsoft are proud to announce a partnership to provide high-quality digital skills training to Australian students in vocational education institutes.
The partnership between Microsoft Shell and the Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) aims to develop skills in digital technology among students by equipping them with an IT course schedule.
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Digital skills are important for young people to succeed in today’s economy. And its want to boost their students’ ability to use technology by offering a digital skills training course. It developed in partnership with South African educational institutions
Its are launching a partnership that will provide digital skills training to students at vocational education institutes.
We are delighted to announce a partnership between Shell and Microsoft. We’re teaming up to offer digital skills to students in vocational education institutes across the world. Who are often keen to learn digital skills as they prepare for future employment. But lack the technical knowledge to do so. This will help the students prepare for changing times and occupations in a competitive world.
In a first for the sector, its are working together to help students in vocational education institutes enhance their digital skills. The new partnership will see Shell provide training on Microsoft technologies. And digital literacy to students from across the country.
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, Shell and Microsoft have joined hands to help train students in vocational education institutes in digital skills. Digital skills are increasingly important and will help students to develop the knowledge, techniques, and confidence to succeed in their future careers.
In line with the ‘Skill for Jobs’ initiative, Shell and Microsoft have joined hands to offer digital skills to students in vocational education institutes around the world. The initiative is aimed at helping more people gain the skills. They need to get into the job market and boost their career prospects.
The initiative is part of Shell’s global Digital Skills for Growth campaign. Which aims to equip more than one million young people with digital skills by 2020. Microsoft also wants to help students master key technologies. That are essential in today’s workplace, including artificial intelligence (AI).