Dignity Health Global Education, a healthcare workforce development company, and Goodwall, a social career and education platform for the future workforce, announced a partnership to address the nationwide shortage of well-trained healthcare professionals.
More than 60 organizations today announced Generation T (“Gen T”), a movement intended to help fill the skilled trade gap that analysts predict will leave 3 million jobs open by 2028.
How does this administration’s focus on workforce development – along with other economic trends – impact L&D organizations?
The first quarter of 2019 saw significant activity in compliance training, e-learning and learning technologies, and performance management and HCM (human capital management) platforms.
Mixed reality integrates digital content into the real world and is becoming an important and versatile key technology of the future in the field of vocational education and training.
In 2018, 61.7 million people were impacted by natural disasters. This number doesn’t include man-made disasters, wars, health crises and other situations. These numbers are not likely to dissipate, but humanitarian workers are being better trained.
We need to rethink our training methods to better support underserved communities. With robust workforce development programs, companies can invest in this population.
Lumina Foundation, Robin Hood and the Salesforce Impact Fund today announced the launch of an impact investing alliance dedicated to investing in for-profit education and workforce development companies.
Technology is helping close the skills gap by automating long- and short-term career growth and planning.