Work, 1 out of 2 workers will have to review skills by 2025

IT professions at the center of the HR agenda, are increasingly in demand by companies

The world of work is changing towards and within a very few years, by 2025, a worker out of two he will have to review his own skills. And
at the center of the agenda are the IT professions that are increasingly in demand by companies. In fact, Italian human resources managers are increasingly aware that the need to map skills and start projects of reskilling and upskilling is not only aimed at adapting internal skills, but, above all, “it is a fundamental step to avoid technological obsolescence and to enhance human capital, to allow people to specialize in the most requested and most expendable areas”. Aulab, the first Italian Coding Factory specialized in web development courses, recently acquired by the Multiversity group, fits into this scenario.

Born in 2014 precisely with the aim of accompanying those who want to make a change in their professional career, Aulab has in fact developed the Hackademy course which allows you to acquire, in just 3 months, the basic skills of the tech field with a pragmatic approach based on learning by doing. The Codin Factory recalls that it actively supports those who want to add digital skills in the coding field to their training and thus undertake a qualification or retraining path to be more attractive on the job market. Not only. Aulab also accompanies students in their professional growth by offering continuous training even after the course thanks to the alumni community structured to exchange information and news on the world of coding and supports their entry into the job market through a career advisor service and talent acquisition events .

There is also a ‘company side’ which sees Aulab bringing to the market the possibility of accessing tailor-made courses aimed at training new talent or at reskilling those present in the company. “In a context that changes so rapidly, it is essential to constantly update one’s skills to remain competitive on the job market” says Davide Neve, CEO of Aulab. The manager points out that “the need for upskilling and reskilling is increasingly frequent even among companies, which increasingly turn to Aulab to train their employees through ad hoc courses, providing them with a series of concrete tools to accompany them along a path of continuous learning”.