02 May Leveraging Professional Development in a Competitive Global Workforce


Eton Institute

Supporting the need for employee adaptability in a challenging economic landscape, Eton Institute and tie up to provide one free month of online learning. Dubai, 2nd May 2016  The slow global growth is impacting the majority of industries, leading to an increasingly competitive employment sector and cost reduction strategies. Cautious is the word currently being used by companies in the UAE, according to industry sources, and this also applies to payroll. According to a recent report by Clear Company, 76% of employees stated that they would like to learn more for career advancement. Eton Institute is partnering with, an international e-learning provider, to offer a free one-month “Survival Subscription” to over 200 online courses, to support job seekers and strengthen organizational skills.We are committed to helping the community when it comes to re-skilling and supporting the talent pool needed for the changes ahead, especially in the current economic environment. Many people are in survival mode right now and we want to help, commented Romina Mahtani, CEO at Eton Institute.Although the UAE’s GDP is expected to increase by 3.5% in 2016, improving personal and professional capabilities helps, not only in finding employment, but also in strengthening pre-acquired knowledge and offering new opportunities.

Global workforce trends are very dynamic, therefore thinking about career growth for the long-term is key. The free month access is designed to help people re-skill to be in a better place to apply for jobs, as well as helping those already working to represent better value to their employer, standing out in today’s competitive workplace. We are proud to partner with, as it illustrates our commitment to affordable learning using innovative tools, she added.

Thanks to a relevant, interactive and responsive learning platform, users will access bursts of knowledge essential for today’s workplace with downloadable certificates to strengthen their CV skill set.

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Eton Institute is globally recognized as a leader in learning and development solutions, offering Professional Development Training, courses in over 100 Languages, Teacher Training and Computer Training internationally throughout the Americas, East Asia, Europe, Middle East and South Asia. With a dedicated team of professionals developing highly customized programs, Eton Institute features the most sought after training methodologies and techniques, and is proud to be associated with top international thinkers to successfully provide organizational change for over 3,000 clients globally.
It offers flexible timings and uniquely tailored courses to suit the learner’s needs. All training is facilitated by highly qualified and experienced instructors, teaching practical skills while maintaining competitive prices for individuals and businesses.Eton Institute is an Approved Center for the delivery of Cambridge Exams and City and Guilds business qualifications. Additionally all language courses offered by Eton Institute are EAQUALS-accredited and meet Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) standards set by Council of Europe.For additional information please contact:
Manon Hazell
Marketing Manager
Eton Institute
Ph: +971 4 4386 809

About delivers re-inventful learning: personalized, responsive based learning content in short, bursts of knowledge, using the latest RED (rapid e-learning development) techniques combined with Microlearning videos, mLMS and apps.Through its interactive range of products, it offers over 200 self-study courses and micros, easily accessible via devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and laptop computers in formats as varied as apps, videos, blogs, games, quizzes, simulations, podcasts, or slideshows.Cudoo = self-paced online courses covering languages and professional development skills.For additional information please contact:
Moaz Khan
VP Marketing & UX
+1 (408) 600-1324


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