DITO CME Holdings Corporation’s LUNA Academy has tapped Jobstreet Philippines to reach more Filipino job seekers for its online course platform.
DITO CME COO Donald Lim said the partnership will offer users with “an effective learner experience and will also aid in delivering various training programs to add and provide more skills to Filipinos.”
“In the new and emerging economy, there is a strong need for us Filipinos to finally embrace the challenges and see these challenges as opportunities to expand on our competencies as a productive and forward-thinking workforce, he explained further.
Apart from this, the platform is also expected to provide participants access to certification programs from companies like Microsoft, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Alibaba Cloud.
LUNA Academy was officially launched in the Philippines in January this year and was a collaboration between DITO CME and Cloudswyft, one of the first global education technology businesses in the country.
“We believe an online platform like Luna Academy, delivered via world-class technology that provides fair and equal access not just to those in big cities or to those with the financial capacity to take a career break and study full time, and made available and affordable to most Filipinos, is the best way for us to help deliver a more positive future for all,” Cloudswyft Founder Dann Angelo De Guzman said.
The company announced in April that they’re working with Microsoft to upskill Filipino workers through accessible online education, which will be delivered through LUNA Academy.
Microsoft will be the platform’s primary technology skills content and certification partner.
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