With universities going online, COVID-19 leveled the playing field between YouTube and frontal instruction and training. Who’s going to lead the future of education? Is blended learning here to stay?
It’s a new year and a new opportunity to think about what we want to accomplish in 2021. Reskilling to tech should be part of your new year resolutions. If you’re considering a career change in 2021, a good bet would be to enroll in a tech training program that leads to lucrative tech jobs in high demand.
A certificate is nice to have, but for recruitment, employers look for hands-on experience as a glimpse into the true abilities of the candidate. Education institutions that wish to supply job-ready, employable graduates should opt for training programs that put an emphasis on hands-on work and project-based learning.
Two tech job roles that are always in high demand are Full-stack and Frontend Developers. These two roles represent the backbone of the tech industry. They are the individuals who build and program both the functionality of the disruptive software we use daily, and their look and feel. There are never enough of them to satiate the world’s growing hunger for new technology.
Data is king. ‘Big Data’ is disrupting every industry and the world needs more Data Scientists to make sense of it all, but they’re all employed!
Terminology such as the ‘tech skills gap’ and the ‘tech skills shortage’ some time gets confused. Both of these terms describe two similar — yet distinct — challenges that the global industry currently faces.
Millions of cyber security jobs are vacant. Wawiwa offers two distinct programs for cybersecurity: an entry-level program for beginners and an advanced program for upskilling.
Micro-credentials are the new buzz in #reskilling, especially in #Australia. Can they bridge the global #tech #skills gap? Well, not exactly. Read our new blog to learn more.
Wawiwa’s assessment provides the local tech training centers with a proven tool that reduces dropout rates and accompanying revenue losses.
most online tech classes offer a general, commoditized curriculum that appeals to the common denominator of the commercial audience but isn’t suited to the real ‘on the ground’ employment needs of local ecosystems.
Wawiwa Blog Do IT certifications still hold any value in the tech job market? By Eran Lasser, Founder and CEO at Wawiwa Tech Training In
Wawiwa Blog There’s never been a riper time to rethink the way we go about the business of learning. Even before the Covid-19 pandemic hit
Wawiwa Blog Universities and colleges are facing a crisis that extends beyond Covid-19 contagion concerns. Many international students have cancelled registration due to travel restrictions
Eran Lasser, Founder and CEO of Wawiwa Tech Training, shares his outlook on the reskilling market and his vision for the company.
Wawiwa Blog Many online course providers offer MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) to gain tech knowledge, such as programming and data science. Some MOOCs are
Wawiwa Blog Historically, universities were not career-oriented, but were established as institutions for the purpose of research and learning. Over time, many university courses offered
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Wawiwa bridges the tech skills gap by reskilling people for tech professions in high demand. While millions of people are unemployed due to COVID-19, the market needs tech professionals with knowledge and skills that aren’t taught in long academic degrees to fill millions of vacancies. Wawiwa establishes local tech training centers with partners around the world to skill, reskill, and upskill people for tech jobs. The company utilizes a proven training methodology, cutting-edge content, digital platforms for learning and assessment, and strong industry relations, to deliver training programs that result in higher employability and graduate satisfaction. This, in turn, also creates a strong training brand and a sustainable business for Wawiwa’s partners.