Helping learning providers serve more working adult students
Through our network of leading innovative companies, Guild helps non-university partners grow enrollment of pre-qualified, tuition-backed students. We are excited to consider high quality training and learning providers across industries.
Micro-credentials, certificates, and skills-based learning are finding their respective places in hiring markets, and student interest in non-traditional degree programs is growing. Expedited by the pandemic, many academic institutions are also shifting towards remote learning.
With the realities of a pandemic, an economic downturn, and a daily shifting political environment, business leaders can no longer rely on one strategic plan. Amid this volatility, how can retailers plan for a variety of scenarios while building a workforce that is flexible, resilient, and trained for the jobs of both today and tomorrow?
Business leaders can’t rely on one strategic plan anymore. From the volatility brought by the pandemic to the need for digital transformation, how can you plan for different scenarios and build a workforce that is trained for the jobs of today and tomorrow?