WEPS receives EdTech Award from ASOCIO Digital Summit 2023 in South Korea

 WEPS is immensely grateful and honored to be the recipient of the prestigious ASOCIO EdTech Award 2023 in South Korea!

This recognition stands as a testament to the dedication and hard work of our incredible team, whose passion for revolutionizing education through technology has been the driving force behind WEPS.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to ASOCIO for this remarkable honor. It reaffirms our commitment to empowering learners and educators worldwide through innovative EdTech solutions. This award inspires us to continue pushing boundaries, creating impactful tools, and fostering a brighter future for education.

Moreover, none of this would have been possible without the support of our learners, partners, and stakeholders. Your trust and belief in WEPS have been instrumental in our journey towards excellence.

Thank you, ASOCIO, for this incredible recognition, and thank you to everyone who has been a part of our WEPS family. We’re excited about the future and look forward to continuing our mission of transforming education through technology!

The Borneo Post – Sabah

KUALA LUMPUR: The World Education Placement Services Sdn Bhd (WEPS) announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud, to provide free cloud computing skills and job skills. training in Malaysia through AWS re/Start.

The 12-week free workforce development program helps unemployed and underemployed individuals build entry-level cloud computing skills and connects them with job interview opportunities at local employers.

A recent Asia Pacific Digital Skills study by Gallup and AWS found 86 per cent of male and 84 per cent of female workers in Malaysia are “extremely” or “very interested” in digital skills training; however, 52 per cent of male and 49 per cent of female workers are unable to afford it.

WEPS is helping Malaysians cloud from diverse backgrounds, who might not have had access to a career in technology, get access to vital cloud skills training grow. through the free AWS re/Start program.

With the support of accredited instructors and professional mentors, AWS re/Start participants develop skills in “We programming, networking, security, and relational databases through scenario-based learning, hands-on labs, and coursework.

They are prepared for entry- level cloud roles, such as cloud operations, site reliability, infrastructure support, and technical adjacent business support functions. By the end of the course, graduates earn their AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification, an industry- recognized credential that validates their cloud computing skills.

“WEPS, in collaboration with AWS, is delivering the AWS re/ Start program to help address the shortage of skilled professionals in Malaysia’s cloud industry. The program is helping build a diverse pipeline of cloud talent for the industry, at a time when emerging technologies are being prioritized and adopted.

“Entry-level cloud professionals are needed to foster innovation and help accelerate the country’s ongoing digital transformation,” said Mughilen Rathakrishnan, chief executive officer of WEP.

“AWS re/Start is helping individuals to launch successful careers, organizations to increase their competitive edge with ‘net new’ talent, and communities to thrive and grow.

“The program attracts people from all walks of life and career paths who may not have considered a computing. career in cloud computing.

are proud to be collaborating with WEPS to help grow Malaysia’s vital technology sector, in line with Malaysia’s digitalization and digital inclusion goals,” said Emmanuel Pillai, head of AWS training and certification, Asean for AWS Singapore Ltd.

The Borneo Post – Sarawak

KUALA LUMPUR: The World Education Placement Services Sdn Bhd (WEPS) announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud, to provide free cloud computing skills and job skills. training in Malaysia through AWS re/Start.

The 12-week free workforce development program helps unemployed and underemployed individuals build entry-level cloud computing skills and connects them with job interview opportunities at local employers.

A recent Asia Pacific Digital Skills study by Gallup and AWS found 86 per cent of male and 84 per cent of female workers in Malaysia are “extremely” or “very interested” in digital skills training; however, 52 per cent of male and 49 per cent of female workers are unable to afford it.

WEPS is helping Malaysians cloud from diverse backgrounds, who might not have had access to a career in technology, get access to vital cloud skills training grow. through the free AWS re/Start program.

With the support of accredited instructors and professional mentors, AWS re/Start participants develop skills in “We programming, networking, security, and relational databases through scenario-based learning, hands-on labs, and coursework.

They are prepared for entry- level cloud roles, such as cloud operations, site reliability, infrastructure support, and technical adjacent business support functions. By the end of the course, graduates earn their AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification, an industry- recognized credential that validates their cloud computing skills.

“WEPS, in collaboration with AWS, is delivering the AWS re/ Start program to help address the shortage of skilled professionals in Malaysia’s cloud industry. The program is helping build a diverse pipeline of cloud talent for the industry, at a time when emerging technologies are being prioritized and adopted.

“Entry-level cloud professionals are needed to foster innovation and help accelerate the country’s ongoing digital transformation,” said Mughilen Rathakrishnan, chief executive officer of WEP.

“AWS re/Start is helping individuals to launch successful careers, organizations to increase their competitive edge with ‘net new’ talent, and communities to thrive and grow.

“The program attracts people from all walks of life and career paths who may not have considered a computing. career in cloud computing.

are proud to be collaborating with WEPS to help grow Malaysia’s vital technology sector, in line with Malaysia’s digitalization and digital inclusion goals,” said Emmanuel Pillai, head of AWS training and certification, Asean for AWS Singapore Ltd.

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Today, World Education Placement Services Sdn Bhd (WEPS) announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud, to provide free cloud computing skills and job training in Malaysia through AWS re/Start. The 12-week free workforce development program helps unemployed and underemployed individuals build entry-level cloud computing skills and connects them with job interview opportunities at local employers.

A recent Asia Pacific Digital Skills study by Gallup and AWS found 86% of male and 84% of female workers in Malaysia are “extremely” or “very interested” in digital skills training; however, 52% of male and 49% of female workers are unable to afford it. WEPS is helping Malaysians from diverse backgrounds, who might not have had access to a career in technology, get access to vital cloud skills training through the free AWS re/Start program.

With the support of accredited instructors and professional mentors, AWS re/Start participants develop skills in programming, networking, security, and relational databases through scenario-based learning, hands-on labs, and coursework. They are prepared for entry-level cloud roles, such as cloud operations, site reliability, infrastructure support, and technical adjacent business support functions. By the end of the course, graduates earn their AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification, an industry-recognized credential that validates their cloud computing skills.

“WEPS, in collaboration with AWS, is delivering the AWS re/Start program to help address the shortage of skilled professionals in Malaysia’s cloud industry. The program is helping build a diverse pipeline of cloud talent for the industry, at a time when emerging technologies are being prioritized and adopted. Entry-level cloud professionals are needed to foster innovation and help accelerate the country’s ongoing digital transformation,” said Mr. Mughilen Rathakrishnan, Chief Executive Officer, World Education Placement Services Sdn Bhd.

“AWS re/Start is helping individuals to launch successful cloud careers, organizations to increase their competitive edge with ‘net new’ talent, and communities to thrive and grow. The program attracts people from all walks of life and career paths who may not have considered a career in cloud computing. We are proud to be collaborating with WEPS to help grow Malaysia’s vital technology sector, in line with Malaysia’s digitalization and digital inclusion goals,” said Emmanuel Pillai, Head of AWS Training and Certification, ASEAN, Amazon Web Services Singapore Private Limited.

The first WEPS and AWS cohort successfully completed the program in March, with two other cohorts currently underway. Learners range in age from 18 to 50 years and have prior work experience in administration, banking, education, engineering, information technology, and management. Graduates from the first cohort are now certified as AWS Cloud Practitioners and some of them have been hired by Credence, a subsidiary of Telekom Malaysia.

“Credence is currently establishing an internal Darwinbox delivery team, which is a human capital management solution for our clients and partners. We are excited to have hired new tech talent who are certified as AWS Cloud Practitioners from the AWS re/Start program. Credence provides technical support in configuration and troubleshooting, and we know the graduates will thrive in our innovative and fast paced environment,” said Dina Krishnan, Chief People Officer, Credence.

“As a mother and wife, I was unemployed throughout the pandemic. But in life, you’re either a dreamer or a winner. I encourage Malaysians to grasp this opportunity through the AWS re/Start program and WEPS today. Being part of the cloud industry now, I have full confidence in myself and my new career,” said Nur Shazwani binti Alidza, AWS re/Start Malaysia Graduate.

“The AWS re/Start program has opened up new career possibilities for me in the cloud industry, something I never thought I would be able to do, and for which I am grateful,” said Muhamad Zahid bin Azahar, AWS re/Start Malaysia Graduate.

The AWS re/Start program is currently available in more than 60 countries and connects over 98% of graduates with job interview opportunities. It is part of Amazon’s commitment to help 29 million people around the world grow their tech skills with free cloud computing skills training by 2025.

WEPS Receives Training Partner Recognition Award 2023

We are thrilled to announce that PIKOM Academy has honored WEPS with the prestigious Training Partner Recognition Award 2023! The award was presented by the esteemed organization to WEPS, in recognition of WEPS outstanding contributions to the field of technology education and their commitment to nurturing future talents.

The Training Partner Recognition Award is an accolade reserved for those who have demonstrated exemplary performance in providing top-notch educational services and producing skilled graduates.

This year, WEPS carefully assessed numerous programs and professional certifications, and PIKOM Academy recognized WEPS as an upcoming beacon of excellence in the industry.

What sets WEPS apart is its unwavering commitment to excellence.
The programs and certifications consistently maintains a high standard of curriculum development and delivery, led by a team of accomplished instructors and industry experts.

By keeping abreast of the latest advancements, WEPS ensures that its students receive the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge.

WEPS plays a pivotal role in empowering the workforce of tomorrow. Its programs cater to a diverse range of tech-related disciplines, including software development, cloud computing, cybersecurity, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and many more.

By offering a blend of theoretical expertise and hands-on experience, WEPS nurtures well-rounded professionals who are well-prepared to tackle real-world challenges.

WEPS success is further attributed to its collaborative partnerships with industry leaders, technology companies, and educational institutions.
These partnerships enable WEPS to stay attuned to the needs of the job market and ensure that its training aligns with industry demands.

In conclusion, the Training Partner Recognition Award 2023 bestowed upon WEPS by PIKOM serves as a testament to our organizations continuous pursuit of excellence in technology education.

We extend our heartfelt appreciation to PIKOM for recognizing WEPS efforts in shaping the future of the tech industry.

As we move forward, WEPS remains steadfast in its commitment to empowering learners and making a positive impact on the world through technology education.