Amity And Pearson Join Hands To Provide Training And Skill Development Programmes

MoU was signed by Vikas Singh (MD, Pearson India) and Abhay Chauhan (Vice president RBEF).


Amity and Pearson joined hands to further enhance learning experience for students by providing English language training and skill development programmes. Pearson and Amity coming together will cater to dearth of skilled manpower.  

Amity emphasises and focuses on providing a comprehensive program offering to students which will result in holistic development as professionals and individuals. 

Commenting on the collaboration, Dr. Aseem Chauhan, Additional President, Amity Education Group said, “Amity has always envisioned world class best practices in education and skilling people. This collaboration with Pearson is another step taken to accomplish same. Our ever-growing student base across the globe, is a testimony to the fact that our program offerings and training modules add value to learning and hence aid accelerated professional growth.”

As packaged content delivery and self-paced learning becomes the key in exponentially growing e-learning segment across the globe, Amity and Pearson intend to fulfil gaps in teaching and learning through various tailor-made training programs. Pearson as a company tries to reinvent, relearn at even faster pace for everything that it does to align to digital revolution and unleash itself around it.

“20 years ago we decided to focus completely on education & learning and the idea was that the 1st industrial revolution enabled the first generation of Pearson to grow was built around manual labour, the 4th industrial revolution which is going to be built around the mind and capabilities of all of us to make most of our talent, is going to be crucial,” said John Fallon, Global CEO of Pearson Education.

MoU was signed by Vikas Singh (MD, Pearson India) and Abhay Chauhan (Vice president RBEF).

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