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March 19, 2018

World’s largest community of women, SHEROES and Simplilearn tie-up to help women up-skill through online certification courses

New Delhi : SHEROES, the world’s largest community of women, announced that it has entered into an alliance with Simplilearn, one of the world’s leading certification training providers.

Under this partnership, the duo will provide women professionals access to various online certification courses as they plan to get ahead in their careers.

Over 150 Simplilearn’s certification courses can be accessed from anywhere in the world via SHEROES, under the Career Resource page. Users will get access to high-quality, self-paced learning content designed by industry experts in areas like big data, analytics, digital marketing, cloud computing, project management and more.

The strategic partnership will help women to upgrade their skills and fair well in their professional world. As a majority of members on SHEROES platform are seeking growth opportunities as they return to work, work from home, upgrade their corporate careers or start their own businesses, learning and upskilling is part of the mix. SHEROES offers its members with opportunities, mentorship via its Career Helpline on the app, community events, content and learning resources.

“We at SHEROES are delighted to partner with one of the world’s leading certification training providers Simplilearn. SHEROES stands for women and their growth. As women from across India chase their dreams, they need to continuously be on a growth curve. This partnership with Simplilearn will help strengthen that,” said Founder of SHEROES, Sairee Chahal.

“We have millions of women who look to upgrade their skills, grow and login onto SHEROES for that purpose. Having Simplilearn onboard will help us get closer to them. This partnership will add great value to women professionals in true sense of the term,” added Chahal.

“Over the last two years we have seen a trend of more women opting to up-skill themselves in areas like Digital Marketing, Analytics and Agile project management. We have learned from our alumni that their primary motivation is to get ahead in their careers or in some cases make a career switch to a role of their liking. Another common finding is that many women look at a certification course as a great way to get ready for re-starting their careers after a break for personal reasons,” said Chief Business Officer Simplilearn, Kashyap Dalal.

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

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