Simplilearn, the world’s #1 online bootcamp for digital economy skills training, today announced the results of its latest career impact survey stating that 9/10 learners on its platform are achieving their learning objectives upon successful completion* of the program.
Simplilearn conducted this survey with learners across the globe measuring the impact of the training post completing their Masters and PostGraduate programs across 35 courses.
EY has been appointed to perform certain agreed upon procedures to validate management’s computation of the survey results.
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“With 9/10 of our learners achieving their learning objectives upon successful completion, Simplilearn’s world-class, highly engaging, and outcome-driven professional upskilling programs are designed for success.”
Based on a survey of learners conducted by Simplilearn and subject to the Terms and Conditions
Some of the key highlights from the survey include:
92 percent of the learners have benefitted by achieving a salary hike, promotion, a new job among other learning objectives such as adding new skills, change in role with in the organisation and so on.
Upskilling programs that have given maximum impact to the learners post completion of the program are Data science, Business Analysis, Digital Marketing, Data Analytics, and Cloud computing
“We have always been an outcome-driven platform and the fruit of our hard work is visible through the professional success of our candidates. We are happy to see that our survey further validate the same. This is a testament to our commitment to building an efficient future-ready workforce for the ever-changing industry landscape. We, at Simplilearn, believe in creating professionals who are job-ready, highly skilled, and equipped with the right knowledge. We constantly invest and innovate in building high-standard products and aim to impact careers positively. This moment brings us joy and powers us further in our global upskilling efforts.”Mr. Krishna Kumar, Founder and CEO, Simplilearn said,