London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) in Singapore has announced that it will offer AWS Cloud learning resources in its Diploma in Data Analytics programme to prepare students for in-demand cloud roles.
With this announcement, LSBF aims to address the growing requirement for cloud skills in Singapore by providing students with competency-based credentials in cloud architecture, data analytics, cybersecurity, machine learning and software development.
As part of the Diploma in Data Analytics programme, students will be enrolled automatically in AWS Educate which will provide LSBF students and educators with online learning resources to help them develop in-demand skills in cloud technology. Students also receive the opportunity to use AWS services, including machine learning and analytics, and apply them in the context of real-life cases. By incorporating AWS resources into the degree program, LSBF is working to prepare graduates for in-demand careers in cloud computing.
In addition to the AWS Cloud learning resources, the diploma programme includes other essential core modules, such as statistical analytics, data visualisation, data analytics, machine learning, app development, Internet of Things and project management.
Commenting on the announcement, Rathakrishnan Govind, Global CEO of LSBF said, “LSBF in Singapore is excited to bring AWS into the classroom – ensuring that students are equipped with the right skills and knowledge to enter key technology fields which are in high demand today. With AWS Cloud resources, we can provide our students with access to the world’s leading computing platform and the practical skills to apply them in real-time.”
“Right now, we are witnessing an increasing emphasis on smart nation transformation, Big Data and initiatives geared towards adapting our society and lifestyle towards embracing the fourth industrial revolution.”
“Skillsets in cloud computing and data analytics address this growing demand and enables our graduates to ride the waves in this sea of change,” added Rathakrishnan Govind.