SpringPeople partners with California-based Udacity to address Indian IT industry’s skill gap

BENGALURU: IT training provider SpringPeople has partnered with California-based educational institution Udacity, to train employees of the IT sector on new technologies and applications, said a statement issued today.

The training will address accelerating digital technology adoption across enterprises through in-demand technology learning paths.

“The increasing demand of AI, RPA and data science in professional fields raises the demand of employees in such areas. The nanodegree programmes are designed to provide hands-on training in emerging and cutting-edge technology so that enterprises can recreate their own candidates from within their employee pool,” said Gabe Dalporto, CEO of Udacity.

Udacity specialises in providing industrial training and skill development programmes to learners. It partners with leading technology companies to learn how innovation is transforming industries and further imparts the knowledge and upskills the workforce.

“Udacity has a close association with global tech leaders like Intel, Microsoft, Google, AWS which helps them to offer new-age programmes. Partnering with Udacity has been an important milestone for us as it will bring in high quality content and updates to address the emerging transformation in the IT sector that the pandemic has brought in,” said Ravi Kaklasaria, founder and CEO, SpringPeople.

Through this partnership, SpringPeople will bring Udacity’s 46 nanodegree programmes on artificial intelligence, data science, robotic process automation, self-driving cars, AI for healthcare to its network of 500+ IT enterprises including HP, IBM, Walmart, VMware, CISCO, Nasdaq, Yahoo, and many such others.

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