airasia academy, Airbus Partner To Empower More Women With #RatuTech

AirAsia expands its partnership with Airbus to empower more underrepresented women in the digital sphere and increase their participation in the tech workforce through airasia academy’s #RatuTech campaign.

The #RatuTech programme aims to help females especially from the B40 group to explore careers in technology by reskilling and developing relevant, marketable and in-demand skills such as Digital Marketing, Software Engineering, Data Analytics, Cybersecurity, Cloud Infrastructure and others.

The latest group of participants sponsored by Airbus are part of the 200 women from varied backgrounds, including SPM leavers, unemployed graduates seeking a career in tech and employed women looking for upskilling or a career change taking digital fundamental courses including Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, Cybersecurity, Cloud Infrastructure and Software Engineering, in hopes of becoming data analysts, digital marketers, cloud experts, and cyber security specialists.

Some of the other sponsors include the Sarawak Digital Economy Corporation (SDEC), Centre of Technical Excellence Sarawak (CENTEXS),  Sabah Creative Economy and Innovation Centre (SCENIC), Kementerian Sains Teknologi Inovasi Sabah (KSTI), Google Cloud, Carsome and Yayasan Peneraju.

Launched in March 31, airasia academy’s #RatuTech campaign is aimed at empowering women to acquire tech skills and inspiring them to realise their pursuit of STEM jobs. The courses offered will be either on a full time or on a part time basis that will take between 3 or 6 months to complete respectively. Graduates will receive accredited, professional certification that will help them gain job opportunities in the tech industry, possibly at one of the sponsoring companies.

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