We mark today a significant milestone in tech training in the UK as Wawiwa Tech officially signed a partnership agreement with ELA Training Services, a leading provider of apprenticeship learning programs.
About Wawiwa Tech and ELA Training Services
Wawiwa is reskilling the world to tech. Wawiwa is a tech education provider from Israel, the Startup Nation, which establishes local tech training centers and programs around the world. Wawiwa offers local partners innovative programs that incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) modules, reskilling individuals for high-demand tech jobs, such as Full-Stack and Frontend Developers, Data Analysts, Cybersecurity Specialists, Product Managers, and more. The company also provides a range of B2B upskilling tech programs. Wawiwa utilizes a proven training methodology, cutting-edge content, state-of-the-art digital learning platforms, and strong industry relations, providing tech training programs that result in higher employability and graduate satisfaction.
ELA Training Services is a niche provider of apprenticeship learning programs in Project Management, Leadership, Management, Business Improvement, and now – Data Analysis. ELA specializes in delivering training solutions into public sector organizations, education settings, facilities management, engineering and construction. The ELA team combines extensive industry experience and knowledge of these disciplines with a huge passion for learning that makes a difference.
Building Bridges to Tech Professions
This virtual signing ceremony, presided over by Eran Lasser, Co-founder and CEO of Wawiwa Tech, and Ali Khan, Director of ELA, witnessed over 50 participants coming together to celebrate this collaboration.
During the signing ceremony, Eran Lasser expressed his delight in forging this alliance. He emphasized how this partnership would enable ELA to diversify its offerings, venturing into technology professions in high demand both in the UK and globally. ELA’s future students can look forward to state-of-the-art tech training programs powered by Wawiwa, specializing in Data Analysts and Data Technicians roles. Lasser further reiterated Wawiwa’s commitment to “reskilling the world to tech,” highlighting how the collaboration with ELA promotes this vision by broadening Wawiwa’s reach in the UK.
Unleashing Opportunities in Data Analytics
Ali Khan, Director at ELA Training Services, highlighted the alignment between Wawiwa’s and ELA’s values and the goal of delivering a high-quality Data Analyst apprenticeship program, emphasizing practical skills development, real-life work scenarios, and personal and career growth.
ELA Training Services announced the joint venture with an inspiring message to future data analysts and data leaders. The collaboration with Wawiwa is more than a business agreement; it’s an alignment of purpose, a fusion of expertise, and a commitment to excellence.
As detailed by ELA, they will utilize Wawiwa’s subject specialist knowledge, unique reskilling method, learning management system, curriculum, and resources. These components were ideally placed to be mapped and built into an apprenticeship program.
The Road Ahead
The partnership between Wawiwa and ELA is not merely a union of two organizations. It symbolizes a shared passion for quality education, an unwavering commitment to fostering an improvement culture, and a pledge to significantly enhance the lives of its graduates.
By combining ELA’s extensive industry experience with Wawiwa’s innovative methodology, the Level 4 Data Analyst Apprenticeship is set to revolutionize tech training in the UK. It’s a step toward a future where tech education is accessible, comprehensive, and tailored to the dynamic needs of the global tech industry.
In his closing remarks, Eran Lasser summed it up best, extending gratitude and a wish for collective success: “Together, let’s make a significant and lasting impact on the tech training landscape.”
Here’s to a new chapter in tech education, one filled with promise, growth, and transformation!