Infosys has announced a collaboration with Adobe to offer free online courses on Infosys Springboard, as part of its Tech for Good initiative. The two organizations have set a goal to create over 10,000 new Adobe certified experts worldwide by 2025. The partnership entails Infosys assisting in the reskilling and addressing the skill gap among aspiring professionals by providing free access to advanced digital learning content from Adobe on the Infosys Springboard platform.
Anil Chakravarthy, president of digital experience business at Adobe, emphasized the importance of businesses prioritizing the continuous readiness and success of their employees in today’s digital economy. He stated that scalable training could bridge the gap in tech talent, and the collaboration with Infosys would empower the future workforce to enhance their digital proficiencies using Infosys Springboard.
How to Register on Infosys Springboard to Access Free Online Courses?
Interested students and professionals will first have to register with the official website by using their email or password, or may also use their Google accounts for the same. Some of the details required are as follows:
- Full name, and age.
- Name of the institute associated with.
- Address, and mobile number.
After registration, the registered participants will have to accept terms and conditions.
How Infosys and Adobe Free Online Courses Help Participants
This opportunity allows individuals interested in various fields and lifelong learners to explore their interests and delve into Adobe’s curriculum, particularly focusing on Adobe Experience Cloud. Consequently, this collaboration will facilitate the provision of corporate learning experiences on any device, fostering a group of upskilled and ambitious professionals.
Rajesh Varrier, EVP, head americas, and global head of digital experience at Infosys, highlighted the purpose behind Infosys Springboard, which aims to equip individuals, communities, and society with the necessary skills to thrive in the 21st century. The collaboration with Adobe will enable free access to Adobe’s training program, fostering the development of digital competence on a large scale, creating a highly skilled workforce, and enhancing employability.
Interested candidates are advised to go through the official website to register and access the content on the platform.