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To assist people in finding work in cloud computing, three new Amazon Web Services initiatives will provide free training.

In an effort to equip 29 million individuals with cloud computing skills by 2025, Amazon has unveiled three new initiatives: IT Skills 4U, the AWS re/Start Associate program, and the creation of an AWS Skills Center in Arlington, Virginia.

The IT Skills4U initiative from Amazon Web Services (AWS) is intended for displaced Ukrainian refugees who want professional help. With the opportunity to get AWS certifications upon completion, the program provides training for Ukrainians with little to no prior technical skills as well as those with professional experience wishing to reenter the field.

The existing AWS re/Start program from Amazon has been expanded with the AWS re/Start Associate initiative. The initiative has been updated with additional objectives to aid underemployed people in beginning careers in the cloud. For underemployed people with legacy IT skills like COBOL, SNA, and VTAM programming, it provides upskilling chances.

Meanwhile, community members may sign up for free workshops at AWS’ Arlington, Virginia, Skills Center to understand how cloud computing functions in gaming, machine learning, robotics, smart home technologies, and space. The center will enable career mentoring, hold networking events with regional companies and organizations, and provide training and materials to aid applicants in obtaining an AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials Certification.

Following the launch of the AWS Skills Center in Seattle, Washington, in 2021, the Arlington facility will serve as AWS’s second specifically designated in-person learning facility. The public may access it starting on October 18.

The educational activities offered by AWS are all free. The corporation, which claims that digital skills in cloud architecture and software development add an estimated $6.3 trillion annually to the global GDP, has committed billions of dollars to upskilling current IT personnel and training new ones to become cloud computing specialists.

Enterprises with a highly trained digital workforce report revenues that are 168% greater than businesses with a low level of digital skills, according to a poll of 30,000 workers and 13,000 hiring managers in 19 countries conducted by AWS and Gallup.

Additionally, the study indicated that businesses are 50% more likely to innovate when their staff members have advanced digital abilities like cloud engineering. Companies that employ cloud technology reported experiencing innovation over the previous two years, inventing five times more quickly than those that don’t.

According to the poll, tech-savvy businesses are not only more inventive but also happier. 72% of employees with advanced digital technology training expressed a high level of job satisfaction and 72% a high level of confidence in their job security.

Businesses are considering how to use emerging technology to advance their operations: According to 66% of the employers questioned, at least one of blockchain, AI, and the metaverse was likely to be incorporated into standard company operations.

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