Great Learning Corporate Academy sees 500+ corporates use it to train 1,00,000 employees within first month of launch !!

Kolkata:  With India Inc. treating the current pandemic as an opportunity to upskill their workforce, the Great Learning Corporate Academy by Great Learning, an ed-tech companies for working professionals, has seen 500+ corporates using it within the first month of its launch to train more than 10,000 employees. While most of this demand has come from sectors like Auto, BFSI, E-commerce, Finance and IT, the Great Learning Corporate Academy has also witnessed significant interest from government employees. Some of the top companies that have used the Great Learning Corporate Academy to train their workforce include Maruti, UST Global, HDFC Life, BPCL, ONGC, BHEL, HPCL, EcomExpress, EXL and Tech Mahindra. It Launched in April 2020, Great Learning Corporate Academy is a free online repository that offers learning content across 30 career critical skills. The platform offers 300+ courses in domains like Data Science, Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence(AI), Cloud Computing, Big Data and Digital Marketing. In the first 30 days, 25% of active users have already completed at least one course, each of them spending an average of 2 hours per day on the platform. Mohan Lakhamraju, Founder and CEO, Great Learning said in a statement: “Great Learning Corporate Academy’s purpose is to offer organisations the opportunity to help their employees develop career critical skills relevant for the digital age at zero cost. We encourage and support organisations who want to take any efforts to ensure their employees’ constant learning. We look forward to more employees taking advantage of the Great Learning Corporate Academy to make the most of the present circumstances and be prepared to accelerate their careers in the future.”  While the platform offers an array of topics to choose from courses on Python, Machine Learning, Data Science, Cloud Computing, Front End Programming and Digital Marketing have been seeing maximum demand.

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