The result of our partnership is the Experis Academy Israel CORE program, a six-month accelerated coding curriculum, created to fill the software development skills gap and build a workforce ready to evolve with digital transformation.
Building new skills for a fast-changing world of work
ManpowerGroup’s sustainable learning culture is a long-term one: we have been providing online training since 1998 and in 2015 we relaunched our digital learning platform, powerYOU, to include responsive design, mobile and tablet versions. At any one time we have thousands of active learners using 7,500+ virtual and blended learning courses tailored by geography and career stage. Courses range from negotiation and management to the latest training in IT infrastructure. Content is delivered in bite size chunks and continually updated, so our people can learn how, when and what they want.
- 45%of work could be automated
- 84%of organizations expect to be upskilling their workforce by 2020
- 10Mpeople receive our career advice each year
- $113Minvested in our employability programs
We’re training certified technicians and forklift drivers to fill the talent shortage in a global transportation hub.
Pathways to Manufacturing Careers
Manufacturing is central to Canada’s economy and has generated the need for 1.7 million full-time, well-paying jobs. Manpower is working with the Ontario Manufacturing Learning Consortium to help fill these roles by training and certifying young people with the skills needed for jobs with leading employers in Ontario.
In Italy, our Human Age Institute offers young people a unique opportunity to mesh their university education with the most in-demand digital skills. PowerU Digital is an e-learning platform with interactive content aligned to the 8 key skills promoted by the European Commission – learnability, communication, foreign language skills, social and civic responsibility, initiative and entrepreneurship, cultural awareness, STEM skills, and digital skills – and aims to scale across Europe to reach 6 million young people within the next 3 years.
In Mexico, less than 50% of women participate in the formal labor market, and that number is even lower in the most impoverished regions. In partnership with Trust for the Americas and the Walmart Foundation, we are training women in sales and customer service skills, so they can build their own businesses and participate in formal employment.