WalkMe extends the opportunity to upskill with digital adoption for those on furlough or unemployed
WalkMe, the leading digital adoption platform and one of the fastest-growing software companies globally, is unveiling for the first time its Digital Adoption Institute to the public and launching a scholarship to give furloughed and unemployed the opportunity to upskill in digital adoption.
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As organizations begin to implement solutions to support and scale their digital transformation efforts, DAP management is becoming a profession, with organizations looking to hire employees with specific experience and skills. WalkMe empowers individuals to grow their career and become subject matter experts in digital adoption for enterprises worldwide.
Now is the time not only to celebrate these professionals, but also invest in the growth of this profession – starting with the launch of the DAP Institute.
Until now, WalkMe has offered its customers courses in digital adoption, but in light of COVID-19 and the need for upskilling and reskilling growing across the globe, WalkMe is making its courses available to the public. With three certified courses that cover different aspects of digital adoption from the technical, to the tactical, to the strategic, the Digital Adoption Institute was built to empower a generation of digital adoption professions who take organizations and society further into the future, faster.
The Digital Adoption Institute was established by WalkMe with the mandate of advancing the profession of digital adoption through vocational certifications, executive education, and field research. “WalkMe is proud to be taking a leadership position in the reskilling revolution,” says Rafael Sweary, President & Co-Founder of WalkMe, “The Digital Adoption Institute provides structured learning opportunities that can build skillsets and equip individuals with the tools they need to tackle new challenges as they arise.”