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SINGAPORE – March 8, 2021 – John Wiley & Sons Singapore Pte Ltd and the National University of Singapore’s Advanced Computing for Executives (ACE) today announced a partnership to jointly train and certify executives in a range of in-demand technology skills. This partnership will address the need to continually upskill, especially as the world contends with the economic impact of COVID-19.

This series of professional short courses will enable learners to meet the skills demand for long-term career success. The courses, which can be completed in two to three days and will be both instructor-led and self-paced, will be available to all learners globally beginning in April. Courses include:

According to Burning Glass research, 69 percent of all 2019 job postings from the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation economies are in digital occupations. The global pandemic has highlighted the need for digital fitness in today’s workforce and accelerated transformation that was already underway. This shift presents a critical opportunity for workers to utilise this time to upskill and reskill, deepening the value of certifications in such skillsets to advance one’s career.

This announcement further underscores Wiley’s mission to support learning success by delivering best-in-class content that accelerates the success of today’s learners and professionals, clearing the path for long-term success in high-demand, high-growth careers.

For course enquiries and registration, click here.

Media Contact: 
Wiley
Lauren Andrich, +1 201 748 5838
landrich@wiley.com National University of Singapore
Wong Kai Yi, +65 6516 5125
Kaiyi.wong@nus.edu.sg

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Tan Chor Meng
Senior Director of Asia Education
Wiley

 

 

 

Professor Alex Siow
Director
Advanced Computing for Executives (ACE)