Upon completion of the programme, employees will receive sharable e-course certificates from leading global institutes.
Yes Bank has partnered with Coursera to offer the ‘Professional Technology Programs’ to its employees, wherein YES BANK will provide its employees with access to latest, innovative training and learning material, hyper-relevant to the specific and evolving challenges of the industry.
With increasing demand for training, especially new-age tech skills that let employees skill-up at an organisational level, YES BANK has identified ‘Future Ready’ courses on themes such as, virtual reality, augmented reality, machine learning and artificial intelligence, cyber security, big data and advanced analytics, cryptocurrency & ICOs, Internet of Things (IOT), digital marketing and robotics and process automation.
Upon completion of the programme, employees will receive sharable e-course certificates from leading global institutes such as National University of Singapore, Northwestern University, Yale University, Princeton and Indian School of Business (ISB) to name a few; allowing employees to leverage these skills, and advance their careers as well as contribute to Yes Bank’s growth in their capacity as ‘professional entrepreneurs’.
Rana Kapoor, MD&CEO, Yes Bank, says, “As one of the fastest growing Banks in India, we want to effectively scale the ‘Digital Quotient’ of all Yes Bankers which not only allows us to remain relevant in changing times, but also keep us ‘Future Ready’. With Coursera, we aim to provide Yes Bankers access to the best-in-class learning platform, equipping them with skills to succeed in tomorrow’s workplace and economy.”
Raghav Gupta, Director – India and APAC, Coursera, says, “Technological developments have taken the Indian banking sector by storm, and have certainly made banking easier for consumers. However, they have changed the nature of jobs and therefore the skill sets required by the banking workforce. With increased adoption of emerging technologies and automation in this sector, employees need to be equipped to do much more.”