Meeting current and future skills needs
Even before the global coronavirus pandemic, the world was changing at an unprecedented rate.
New technologies have changed how we live and work, and government, corporates and individuals are all trying to find their own paths through the changes the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) is bringing.
From initiatives such as broad re-skilling programmes for current staff to technology training programmes, an increasing number of organisations have made skills development a priority.
However, while companies are trying to navigate the technology-driven demands of the 4IR, the far-reaching consequences of COVID-19 are making themselves felt in the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.