Courses range from ‘bitesize’ 20-minute sessions, to extended fully certified training programmes
In order to help businesses world-over to prepare for a potentially digital-centric recovery from COVID19, Rolls Royce is publishing its digital skills training programme.
Bringing together its trusted training partners and platforms, the first suite of courses includes introductions to data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, coding and digital culture. The supporting partners include, DataCamp, edX, Google for Education, IBM, Learning Tree, TeenTech and TechWeCan.
The global Emergent Alliance, a voluntary group of technology companies and data science specialists are working together to find new ways to accelerate and smooth the path to economic recovery as the pandemic passes.
The Rolls-Royce Digital Academy has trained 20,000 of our employees in the last two years in order to grow ass it assists our transformation into one of the world’s leading industrial technology companies – and these are the training courses that are helping make that change happen.
Head of the Digital Academy at Rolls-Royce, Manisha Mistry, said “Many people and businesses are experiencing incredibly tough circumstances and these free training packages are a tangible way for us to offer some help. Many have been tried and tested by Rolls-Royce employees. They can help people prepare for work and businesses transform ready for a digital future, just like we’ve been doing at Rolls Royce for the last couple of years.
“Whether you’re 8, 18 or 80 years-old, these training packages will help you during this disruptive period of isolation: whether you need to keep your kids occupied, need new skills for a future job or just want to learn more digital skills in anticipation of the future.”