Now, 12,500 employees of Biralasoft — the global enterprise digital and IT services company, which is part of the CK Birla Group — has partnered with an online learning platform to help its employees enhance their technical skills. This move proves the Company’s commitment to broadening the knowledge base of its employees.
Learning forms an integral part of Birlasoft’s core values. The Company believes in cultivating a culture of continuous learning, aligned with the changing business environment. This partnership with the learning platform is expected to create an ecosystem where employees will feel encouraged to learn through structured interventions that cover skills related to technology, behavioural competencies, industry domains, and leadership capabilities.
The platform will help employees build critical digital capabilities with a focus on niche skills aligned with the requirements of the enterprise.
A range of learning opportunities—from hands-on projects and courses, to job-ready certificates and degree programmes will be offered.
All the employees of Birlasoft, will have complete access to the learning platform’s library of over 9,000 courses and guided projects. In addition, the workforce will also be able to access to programmes directly from globally-renowned industry educators and leading universities such as Yale University, University of Michigan and INSEAD Business School. The programmes offered on emerging technology and domain skills will enable the employees to further enhance their knowledge on leading edge domains including blockchain, coud, Internet of Things (IoT), AI/ML, robotic process automation (RPA) and cybersecurity.
The objective of this collaboration, according to Dharmender Kapoor, managing director and chief executive officer, Birlasoft, is “to nurture our people by engaging their minds, providing them with new challenges, and giving them the right opportunities to grow. We want our employees always to stay ahead of the skill curve and to ensure that we deploy various methodologies to enhance the learning experience and to provide targeted development.”