AWS re / Start India prepares local talent for careers in the cloud
Hyderabad: Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched AWS re / Start in India, a free skills development and job training program that prepares learners for careers in cloud computing. The 12-week program is offered at no cost to learners, and prior technology experience is not required to apply.
AWS re / Start is a skills-based training program that covers core AWS Cloud skills and practical job skills, such as interviewing and resume writing. Through exercises, labs, and lessons based on real-life scenarios, students learn Linux, Python, networking, security, and relational databases. The program prepares participants for entry-level cloud roles in operations, site reliability, infrastructure support, and more.
Additionally, the program prepares and covers the cost for participants to take the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification exam, so that they can validate their cloud skills with industry-recognized credentials. AWS re / Start currently ships to 25 countries.
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Amit Mehta, AWS Training and Certification Manager – India, Amazon Internet Services, said, “Industry demand for cloud adoption far exceeds the number of skilled cloud workers available, forcing companies to organizations to struggle to find and hire the talent needed to implement the cloud. services. To overcome the lack of supply, cloud talent must be cultivated from non-traditional sources. AWS re / Start brings new talent into the cloud ecosystem by training unemployed and underemployed people with little or no tech experience and preparing them for a career in the cloud.
Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services with approximately 150,000 employees in India, provides financial assistance to AWS re / Start, and plans to interview and hire graduates of the program selected in various roles in the cloud. Capgemini, an AWS partner, will work closely with EduBridge Learning to facilitate this.
Pallavi Tyagi, CHRO of India at Capgemini, said: “As AWS re / Start evolves in the country, we believe this will be a game-changer for more and more Indians looking to develop and take advantage of opportunities in a dynamic and scalable cloud. and the technological services labor market.
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