Leading digital workflow company ServiceNow has announced that they will be training 250 new learners through Skills Bootcamps, which are part of the Government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee.
The Skills Bootcamps are being delivered alongside employers, providers, and local authorities to ensure that people gain new skills for life, as well as supporting the skills demands in their areas. They are flexible courses that take up to 16 weeks, and provide a guaranteed interview with an employer at the end of the course. They also allow learners to continue to claim Universal Credit whilst complete the Bootcamp
The Department for Education have awarded ServiceNow and Northeastern University London a second contract to help train 250 new participants in ServiceNow’s Data Management Systems, helping to boost knowledge in digital transformation as well as helping participants to gain industry training.
Andrea Jenkyns, Skills Minister at the Department for Education, said:
“Skills Bootcamps are a fantastic way for adults to boost their skills in digital technology, giving people the opportunity to complete dree training to boost their earnings and prospects, while helping businesses to recruit. The tech sector is booming, so adults who complete one of our high-quality Skills Bootcamps with innovative companies like ServiceNow can e confident they are learning the skills employers are looking for, enabling them to progress into a better paid job or embark on an exciting new path.”
The Academic Dean from Northeastern University London, Professor Scott Wildman, added:
“We recognise the importance of ensuring those searching for a new role, or wishing to improve their skills, get the training they need, and more importantly get the path they need into employment. Our Skills Bootcamp is unique, in that it is delivered in partnership with ServiceNow, so participants gain invaluable industry training, and introductions to customers and partners seeking to bridge their talent gap.”