From the beginning, our focus has been on helping people begin new careers and helping companies address the tech skills gap – two goals that go hand in hand. To date, more than 700 employers have hired graduates from our immersive programs. As we continue to work with these companies and develop relationships with their hiring managers, we’ve heard more and more about how difficult it is for them to train their current employees to keep up with changing business and tech needs.
We realized that our immersive model could help, so we’ve created specialized training programs to help companies remain competitive without having to spend tons of money, create an internal training department or hire multiple new employees. In short, by bringing us in as a training partner, employers can leverage our expertise as needed without soaking up a lot of internal resources. All training programs are custom-built and can include recruiting, onboarding, reskilling and upskilling.
Over the past year, we’ve worked with numerous organizations including Liberty Mutual, Capital One and Blackbaud to create training programs for the company’s current employees. Along the way, we’ve learned a lot about what employers are looking for in terms of tech training, and put together a list of the top four elements of an impactful corporate training program: