Great Learning partners with BFSI organizations and announces Great Learning for Business to improve the skills of its workforce

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Great Learning has announced its business arm, Great Learning for Business, to upskill employees of banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) organizations in India through the Financial Services Academy. Some of the partner organizations of BFSI are Reserve Bank of India, Bajaj Finance, Bank of America, Societe Generale among others

Great Learning for Business programs include experiential learning methodologies such as industry case studies, capstone projects, virtual labs, role-playing, simulations, etc., and are delivered in blended instructional formats such as classroom, online, simulations and asynchronous videos.

“Digital transformations have paved the way for the BFSI sector to embrace emerging technologies. 45% of our corporate learner base comes from the BFSI sector and we strive to get them and their organizations to adopt these technologies. Through the Financial Services Academy, we aim to empower multiple BFSI companies by creating personalized learning outcomes and journeys for their employees based on their business goals. This will enable them to embrace digital technologies in their traditional ways and achieve better business results,” said Ritesh Malhotra, Head of Great Learning for Business,

The Financial Services Academy offers various options to its corporate partners and works across the employee lifecycle with three great solutions, Freshers Academy, Digital Skills Certificate and Premium Executive Programs. It enables companies to smoothly evolve business processes and capitalize on technological advancements by upskilling and reskilling their workforce.

The company says Bajaj Finance has honed more than 300 freshmen in data science through the Financial Services Academy; The Reserve Bank of India has organized a 30-week training program for middle managers in new era technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, cloud computing and cybersecurity, while Societe Generale trained 500 employees in cloud technology and Java-based programming. .

Additionally, through the Financial Services Academy, Great Learning for Business caters to multiple BFSI sub-sectors such as banking, NBFC, insurance, global financial operations centers, fintech, and more. Great Learning for Business also has a long-term partnership with private sector banks and has helped them with digital transformation, skills gap analysis and skills enhancement in technology, IT , data, digital and cloud technology.

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