Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
November 14, 2019
Global eTraining (GeT) and WorldSkills are proud to be partnering to bring training all over the globe. It’s important to us at GeT that we use our solutions to impact people in all walks of life, and with learners in over 150 countries, we have an amazing opportunity to team up with WorldSkills for our ‘GeT One – Give One’ campaign , which will make a huge impact in the way people learn around the world.
Autodesk University is a yearly conference that will bring more than 10,000 professionals from architecture, engineering, construction and manufacturing to Las Vegas for 4 days (November 18-21) to network and share knowledge. This year at AU2019 we will be launching a ‘GeT One – Give One’ campaign; for each ‘GeT Everything’ library purchased, GeT will be donating one to WorldSkills to train our future global workforce. WorldSkills works to recognize potential in young people around the globe, striving to help those who want to change their lives by learning new skills. For those that can’t make it to Las Vegas, don’t worry – GeT will be donating subscriptions for every ‘GeT Everything’ library purchased everywhere. Every purchase of the ‘GeT Everything’ library can make a massive difference in someone’s life and completely alter their future.
“Partnering with an organization as respected as WorldSkills is an exciting chance for us to give back and make a difference in the way people learn, design and build around the world. Making training available to youth all around the world, including developing countries, is something we are very proud to be able to support”– Susan Brattberg, Founder and Chief Customer Officer, Global eTraining
In an effort to promote social responsibility, GeT and WorldSkills will be working alongside one another through the ‘GeT One – Give One’ program to focus on capacity building, and skills training specifically in developing countries and skills competitions around the globe.
“Through the partnership with Global eTraining, we can reach out to more young people who normally do not have the opportunity to receive high quality training related to Information and Communications Technology. The donations will be a great value-add to our work and projects that focus on skills development and promotion. “– David Hoey, CEO, WorldSkills International
WorldSkills provides a unique means of exchange and comparison of world-class competency standards in the industrial trades and service sectors of the global economy. The continued growth of WorldSkills attests to the fact that traditional trade and craft skills along with the newer technology multi-skilled vocations make an essential contribution to the economic and social well-being of people everywhere. GeT recognizes the importance of making the world a better place and providing assistance to boost the economic foundation of other countries by increasing the abilities, status and prospects of young people.
About Global eTraining
Global eTraining (GeT) is a strategic training partner to some of the world’s largest and most diverse multinational design, construction and software organizations, government bodies and Fortune 500 companies, and the global leader in developing and designing training for the 21st Century.
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WorldSkills is the global hub of skills excellence. With its 82 Member countries and regions, WorldSkills helps young people who want to change their lives, and the fortunes of their communities and societies. WorldSkills Competitions measure excellence, celebrate Champions, and encourage hundreds of thousands of young people to turn their passions into a profession. Join the movement at worldskills.org.
The GeT Marketing Team