RMIT today announced it will open a Cloud Innovation Centre in 2020 aimed at tackling broad cybersecurity challenges with emerging technology. The “Cyber Ready Cloud Innovation Centre” is a partnership between the Melbourne university, the federal government and Amazon Web Services (AWS), with the US company providing the cloud computing
RMIT announced two new cloud computing courses in partnership with American giant Amazon Web Services. The Melbourne university will offer the six week courses online and successful completion will see students gain a credential from RMIT and an option to sit an exam for further accreditation from AWS. Webinar: Can
Australia Post and RMIT are developing new approaches to upskilling Australia’s technology professionals as much of the public sector transitions to cloud technology, a migration currently being slowed by a widespread cloud skills shortage. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Unable to go to market for the cloud skills
RMIT is partnering with global education provider Udacity to offer new online courses on self driving cars, AI and robotics. Online learning provider Udacity, which has collaborated with Silicon Valley giants including Google, Facebook and NVIDIA, gives students skills to advance their careers through a series of online courses in
RMIT Online is launching two new blockchain courses to meet the predicted demand for workers with a command of the distributed ledger technology. In partnership with Accenture and fintech hub Stone & Chalk, two six week courses — Designing Blockchain Solutions and Developing Blockchain Applications — will commence later this
Adobe and RMIT University have formed a partnership that aims to equip students with the skills required to succeed in today’s workplace. As part of the partnership the education provider will offer three courses on digital marketing that can be undertaken as part of RMIT Online’s professional course offerings. Sign up
Australian workers lack the skill set to fully engage with digital technologies and unlock the productivity benefits on offer, according to Jack Hylands, GM Strategy & New Product, RMIT Online. And meeting that demand will require the collaboration of industry and education providers, as well as a new approach to course delivery.
RMIT Online is launching an online course titled Digital Transformation to help executives and professionals future-proof their careers in the digital era. Developed in partnership with REA Group, Paper Giant and Tigerspike, the course is made up of five components which each run for six weeks. The university said it