8 key steps to help universities enable upskilling and reskilling

Vistasp M. Karbhari, eCampus News

Even as institutions of higher education discuss how they might best meet needs of students in the future through traditional degree-based modalities, they face increased pressure to take an active role in the upskilling and reskilling of individuals, both those in the workforce and those attempting to gain skills to either get back in or progress to more stable and higher paying employment. For the purposes of the current discussion, upskilling relates to advanced knowledge/skills needed within a job sector, whereas reskilling relates to a completely different set of knowledge/skills for a different job sector. Key steps that could be taken by universities to specifically address the aspects of reskilling and upskilling the current workforce include those described below.

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