With the rapid pace of technological change comes the need for upskilling IT workers — especially when talent is hard to come by. For IT leaders, the pandemic’s ongoing disruption of the workplace has only compounded the challenge. Although many organizations employed some level of remote workers prior to the pandemic, most have traditionally leaned on in-person learning as a key facet of their training strategies. With the hybrid workplace model, which blends remote and in-office work, expected to have staying power, rethinking how upskilling can be achieved continuously in this paradigm has become paramount.
TALLAHASSEE, FL – Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) has been awarded a $2M grant