The focus has shifted from degrees to skills, as it is no longer true that earning a degree is the only way to acquire skills. In conversation with Professor Ramabhadran Thirumalai, Associate Dean of Academic Programs, ISB. What are all the changes that have taken place in academia as aRead More →

A total of 112 young women from across the country have been trained in information and communication technology (ICT) under the Young African Works (YAW) programme. The YAW, funded by the Mastercard Foundation, aims to provide 30 million young people with employable skills by 2030. The free two-month training conductedRead More →

In today’s business climate, having scalable management skills is more of a necessity than ever. With rapid growth at all levels, today’s managers, regardless of their industry and management role, must focus on refining their management skills in order to be prepared for the when rapid growth hits them, whichRead More →

International Education Global Education Needs More Institutions Participating in Open Doors Research Through better collection and reporting of international education data, industry will have a more accurate, on-demand data set that can strengthen advocacy efforts and help organizations track trends and to meet emerging needs. By Anthony C. Ogden,Read More →

NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. — Scott Wilson is blind but has light perception. “That’s why I wear sunglasses because the light bothers my eyes,” he said. But he still manages to work in that warehouse, lifting boxes and processing orders for supplies destined for Florida government agencies. “Where it getsRead More →

DUGGAR fans ripped up Jinger’s latest cooking tutorial, calling it “gritty” and accusing the star of lacking “charisma.” The author posted a YouTube video teaching fans how to make Indonesian fried rice. 5 Fans slammed Jinger Duggar for his latest coking videoCredit: YouTube / Jinger Duggar 5 The star taughtRead More →

A successful online connection The program for doctors taking their postgraduate specialty exams paves the way for harnessing technology to upskill healthcare workers – from anywhere, anytime – and in the hundreds, if not thousands . Covid-19, lockdowns and containment measures have collectively had an unintended consequence: the acceleration ofRead More →

As one of the leading schools in Kandivali, Mumbai, Thakur School of Global Education provides its students with a top-notch learning atmosphere. As well known international school in BombayTSGE provides an incredibly inclusive environment for young adults to open their minds and discover the opportunities available to them. While manyRead More →

Representatives of over 40 public and private universities from nine countries will participate in an ‘International Education Exhibition’ organized by ODEPC (Overseas Development and Employment Promotion Consultants), a company of the Government of Kerala, as part of its study abroad program, in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. Finance Minister KN Balagopal willRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – Penn State Extension recently expanded its library of landscape workforce training course and offers newly available wholesale pricing to landscape and nursery professionals. Two new courses recently launched – “Plant Identification and Use: Herbaceous Perennials” and “Plant Identification and Use: Bulbs and Other Geophytes” – bringRead More →

MML #3 – The workshop stimulates creative thinking and colleague connectivity (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 15, 2022) Muskegon, MI – As elected officials and city administrators from across Michigan gathered for the Hacking Creativity workshop, they found small jars of Play-doh, boxes of crayons, printouts and piles of candy onRead More →

House » National » Chennai counselor teaches children English Posted by: Gopi November 15, 2022 Chennai, November 15 (SocialNews.XYZ) A counselor from Greater Chennai Corporation has partnered with an NGO to improve the English skills of children in her neighborhood in Ashok Nagar. The councillor, Yazhini B, who is aRead More →

Photo by Pixabay at pexels.com Academic success is different for everyone. For some people this comes easily, while others might find it frustrating and difficult. No matter your skill level, you can improve your performance in the classroom. The key to academic success is practice and dedication. Academic skills helpRead More →

Assessment is a particular interest of mine, and it should be at or near the top of the list for anyone involved in maritime training. Why? Two reasons. First, because it is arguably more important than the training itself. And second, because in my experience, most training administrators give 95%Read More →

A KINSALE-based scholar thought her dream of being an artist was just that. Dr E Alana James has spent the last decade of her life in academic environments, working with and lecturing to Masters and PhD students at universities around the world from her base in Kinsale. Originally from theRead More →

“LSET hosted an Innovative Soft Skills Development Workshop on November 9, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. to help the modern workforce.” LSET organized an innovative workshop for the development of soft skills on November 9, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. to help the modern workforce. Video link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/A042RmGAVqY On November 9, 2022Read More →

Feats ranging from the most alternate one-arm handstands in a minute to solving the most rotating puzzle cubes while riding a skateboard are celebrated on this year’s Guinness World Records Day. With the theme “Super Skills”, the 19th annual event inspired people from all continents to set new standards forRead More →

The Australian government has provided $18.5 million for a higher education microcredit pilot project to help fill skills gaps to meet the needs of employers and industry. Microloans are small courses in a specific field of study designed to upskill and retrain workers in a short time frame. Australian employersRead More →

ISLAMABAD: The trend of unregistered schools is very common in Pakistan as 18% of primary schools and 14% of lower secondary schools operate without being regulated or registered by relevant government bodies, according to a report released on Monday. The report is titled “Global Education Monitoring Report 2022, Non-State ActorsRead More →

Harvestelle, a new game from Square-Enix, is a mix of classic JRPG elements with a farming simulator. The player character can access a variety of jobs throughout the game, each with their combat specialties. Initially, however, only one profession will be available: the Fighter. The fighter specializes in melee combatRead More →

According to a report by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), it revealed that some 230 million jobs in sub-Saharan Africa will require some level of digital skills by 2030. Forbes also predicts that 85% of the jobs that will be available in 2030 have yet to be invented, as theRead More →

Some school districts place students’ social needs above academics, saying they must be met before they can effectively teach anyone. “At the end of the day, we can’t teach a content point until our kids are in the right frame of mind,” Mechanicville Superintendent Kevin Kolakowski said. At Mechanicville Junior/SeniorRead More →

As people prepare to vote, Ginnie Graham and Bob Doucette discuss: Despite the rhetoric about safe suburbs, the Tulsa area has a problem with gun violence. Also, have letters to the editor been lopsided this election? Or unfairly targeted “trash on a stick” campaign posters? When theRead More →

Adtalem Global Education (NYSE:ATGE – Get a rating) released its quarterly earnings data on Thursday. The company reported earnings per share of $0.88 for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.75 by $0.13, Briefing.com reports. The company posted revenue of $354.56 million for the quarter, versus analyst estimates ofRead More →

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s not enough to just want to reach a destination. Preparing for the trip is a prerequisite. So learning relevant skills has become crucial in helping you land a job and transition into working life with less difficulty. The field of HR (human resources) has becomeRead More →

Item 2.02 Results of Operations and Financial Condition On November 3, 2022, Adtalem Global Education Inc. (“Adtalem”) has issued a press release announcing its academic, operational, and financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2023. The press release is attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1 to this Form 8-KRead More →

The Brock University Library provides students with a fun and engaging opportunity to practice their skills in data analysis and visualization. Organized by the library’s Digital Scholarship Lab, the annual competition Data visualization contest open to Brock undergraduate and graduate students earlier this week. Students have one month to createRead More →

Diageo aims to reduce skills shortages Drinks group Diageo has signed a three-year partnership to help address chronic skills shortages in the UK hospitality industry. Charities Springboard and Prince’s Trust have agreed to run Diageo’s Learning for Life program for the next three years with the aim of helping moreRead More →

A university degree is not the only way to succeed in your career. A college degree can be a stepping stone to a satisfying and successful career. But this is not the only way. As more people new to their careers as well as employers are beginning to recognize this,Read More →

Insight Skills Bootcamps are free courses for adults that usually last up to 16 weeks, available in many sectors. They help people develop priority skills that are in demand locally and nationally. They are developed by training providers in partnership with employers. Significant investments have been committed by the governmentRead More →

SHANGHAI, October 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About October 31, 2022Zhihu and Wavemaker jointly published a book, Questions about the future, which presents a series of questions about what awaits us as we gaze down the road. The book is now available at major online bookstores, including Jingdong BooksDangdang.com and ShanghaiRead More →

Published: 00:00 October 31, 2022 Rachel Bunn, Commercial Director, Projects and Community at East Coast Collegeexamines the measures needed to meet future skills needs. Skills are regularly brought up and have sometimes felt like a spinning washing machine cycle, with no easy solution to the diversity of problems. Education serviceRead More →

Statesboro High School construction students prepare to compete in the Southeast Georgia Skills Challenge on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at the Bulloch County Agricultural Complex. Hosted by the Associated General Contractors of GeorgiaInc. and area contractors, this is the second year that more than 200 students from 18 area high schoolsRead More →

VOICE Raising awareness and reducing stigma through integrated peer-to-peer mental health education programs and student-led outreach programs open conversations to better understand and support student needs. Breaking the silence can only be achieved through the peer-to-peer approach. Mental illness is the fastest growing and largest pandemic in the world. MentalRead More →

A worker works at the practical training center of a vocational school in China. [Photo/CHINA DAILY] Ma Hongda, an architectural decoration student from Zhejiang Construction Technician College, won gold in the “plaster and drywall” category of the 2022 special edition of the WorldSkills competition. It was China’s first-ever gold medalRead More →

New Digital Skills Recruitment: Organizations Say 5G, Crypto and Metaverse Are ‘Here to Stay’ As if organizations didn’t have enough workforce to worry about amid a crippling digital skills gap, a new study indicates that they too must contend with talent acquisition for emerging technologies that ‘they hope to becomeRead More →

A program that combines didactic training with simulation training improved procedural knowledge and self-reported confidence among bone marrow transplant (BMT) advanced practice (APP) providers. These findings were presented in a poster at JADPRO Live 2022, APSHO’s annual meeting, by Jessica Casselberry, DNP, ANP-BC, AOCNP, of the University of Colorado’s AnschutzRead More →

skillsoft (NYSE: SKIL), a leading platform for transformative learning experiences, today released its 2022 IT Skills and Salary Report explore most requested skills and certifications, average compensation, growth opportunities, and career sentiment among IT professionals. Comprising the opinions of nearly 8,000 respondents (23% in APAC), the report reveals that 62%Read More →

Skills gaps, or skills shortages (as I like to call them), have long been identified across the UK workforce. Before Covid, reports from a variety of sectors suggested that the skills required to do a modern job were starting to become scarce. A report from the Institute of Learning andRead More →

At the National HBCU Weekly Conference recently, IBM announcement an initiative to address both the cybersecurity skills gap and simultaneously the diversity issue. In an effort to create both talent for employers and opportunities for students, IBM announced plans to work with 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) toRead More →

Digital Xtra Fund has distributed 35 grants to cover 24 local authorities, including 23 primary schools, three secondary schools, three colleges, two libraries and four additional education bodies, for a total of around £150,000. The grants, which will help implement digital skills initiatives throughout the current academic year, are upRead More →

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research recently published a research report titled “Global Education ERP Market Overview, Forecast to 2028» evaluating various factors impacting its trajectory. The Global Education ERP Market report offers high-quality, accurate, and comprehensive research study to equip players with valuable information to make strategicRead More →

The night before Montgomery County Council accepted the resignations of the five county planning board members, County Executive Marc Elrich reiterated his opposition to Thrive Montgomery 2050 while council member Will Jawando defended the proposed county master plan update at a crowded forum in downtown Silver Spring. “Thrive needs toRead More →

The following editorial appeared in the Washington Post. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Times-News. Many sectors are reeling from massive labor shortages, but few touch families more intimately than what is happening with childcare. With long waiting lists and skyrocketing costs, the scale of the crisisRead More →

Beginning Saturday, university and college students across the United States will come together for a week to celebrate education and international exchange. International Education Week here will serve as a showcase of how the University of Pittsburgh works year-round to educate and empower global citizens with international knowledge, skills, andRead More →

Tribune press service Chandigarh, October 11 The Tribune Group of Newspapers, in conjunction with Chitkara University, organized the Directors’ Meeting to deliberate on ‘Creative Leadership’ at a hotel here today. No less than 115 principals from various schools of tricity attended the event. The session emphasized that “creativityRead More →

Beyond academics, choosing a boarding school for your child can help them develop independence, responsibility, self-care, and more. During her first few weeks at college, Ashley He noticed something interesting: Many of her peers were struggling to live away from home for the first time in a way that she…Read More →

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Following the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Informa Connect Middle East and WorldatWork on March 29, 2022 in Dubai, the two organizations have now entered into a unique partnership in the region to provide classroom learning solutions to individuals and organizations across theRead More →

Google is partnering with the public and private sectors to provide 22,000 scholarships under “Samart Skills”, a program to equip workers with digital skills for which demand is expected to reach 1 million by 2030. The digital economy has created an urgent need to close the digital skills gap andRead More →

Science by nature pushes boundaries and crosses borders. Considering the future of internationalization of higher education in an increasingly globalized environment, the question can never be whether we should continue to internationalize. As the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) puts it: “Higher education is the engine of globalizationRead More →

To meet the growing need for highly qualified social work professionals, KU’s School of Social Welfare offers a convenient online format to earn an MSW LAURENT, Kan., October 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As social services across the country adapt to deal with changing health care policies, aging workforces, and shiftingRead More →

TOPEKA, Kan., October 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hill’s Pet Nutritiona world leader in scientific nutrition, recently held its Hill Global Symposium and announced a multi-faceted effort centered on its continued support for the veterinary profession, including the launch of a robust, centralized continuing education platform and an impactful donation toRead More →

As new technologies drive changing business needs, it’s less likely you’ll be able to get by in today’s job market with the skills you learned 10 or 15 years ago. The World Economic Forum has suggested that 1 billion people need to be qualified in new and evolving skills byRead More →

The significant skills gap in Canada’s workforce has only widened during the pandemic, according to a report by the Conference Board of Canada, with experts saying it is a “critical time where the country needs to invest to create a more skilled workforce if it wants to. to remain globallyRead More →

Skills Getty Over the past two and a half years, the workplace has changed dramatically. One of them raises the question: are we witnessing the great change towards an organization by skills? Are jobs essentially “dead”? If you ask Michael Griffiths, Senior Partner, Director and Head of Deloitte’s workforce transformationRead More →

SAMOA, 6 October – The Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) has delivered four targeted short courses to 115 Samoans to build skills, including in the infrastructure sector, as part of Australia’s support for ongoing COVID-19 recovery and reconstruction in Samoa. Eighty-six (86) Samoans received certificates in Work, Health and SafetyRead More →

CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adtalem Global Education Inc. (NYSE: ATGE), a leading health educator, today announced the release of its 2022 Sustainability Report. The new report details Adtalem’s direction and commitment to operating transparently with purpose and accountability, protecting global health and the environment, and positively impacting global communities. This fifth annual sustainabilityRead More →

In addition to the UN’s support for #LetMeLearn, a range of other major partners have joined us, including UN agencies, UNICEF, UNESCO and the UN Foundation. We were also joined by the Global Partnership for Education, Global Citizen, the Education Commission, Unlock the Future and civil society organizations like ITARead More →