Urban Skill Development Scopes

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Article Authored By: Mr. Girish Singhania, CEO Edu Bridge Urban Skill Development

In a matter of one year, learners and professionals have witnessed monumental changes in their workspace. With companies going online it’s imperative for professionals residing in tier one and two cities to be armedwith the requisite skills Development to enhance their growth prospects in a growing digital environment. Inflation can be combated when the workforce necessitates the need to upskill and reskill. Taking to skill development will help bridge the
yawning gap. 

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EdTech- A perfect solution!

EdTech companies started establishing themselves somewhere in 2012. In 2016, its estimated worth was $100 billion and was estimated to grow at $756 million more by 2021. Urban Skill Development The presence of EdTech companies reverberated
during the pandemic. Here, learners and professionals alike were allowed to upskill and reskill Development. EdTech companies offer an array of vocational courses. Most of these courses enliven a professional’s resume and career prospects.


It allows learners to interact with industry mentors and learn from their experiences. The Hybrid model enables learners to understand the nuances of the subject in a mock environment that’s created by the instructor. The discussions foster a spirit of inquiry, analytical thinking, and creativity, giving learners the impetus to solve problems in their working environment. Each course is backed by training in soft skills allowing professionals to boost their morale. The skills will help professionals to communicate better with their working peers. This also means better negotiation skills. It will arm them with a certain degree of social intelligence that will aid in sprucing their personality in the workplace.

The switch 

According to the KPMG report there is a 38% uptick in professionals residing in tier one and tier two cities taking to vocational courses that stimulate them to work in a digital environment. This means there is a growing number that are switching gears, and tuning to the IT sector to advance career prospects. It is imperative to know that it is not necessary to have knowledge of coding or have a math major degree to advance in the field. One can ace at the mentioned profiles without any knowledge of coding. Some of these include User experience Designer
User Interface designer, Software Quality Tester, Data Analyst, Web Analytics specialist, Enterprise Software Sales, Growth Hacker, Tech Support Specialist, Technical Recruiter, and last but not the least, Business Intelligence. The new age profiles are challenging, giving employees the impetus to learn something new every single day. Since edTech companies bridge the gap between the employer and employee, they play a crucial role in handholding the learner doing away with the attrition at the initial phases of their job orientation. 

Conclusion 


Vocational courses can be availed of by the plenty in tier one and tier two cities. Co-certified courses offered by EdTech companies help professionals to align themselves to the growing needs of the workforce and also advance
their prospects.

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