- Company’s first offline experience centre to extend personalised offerings to learners
- Cities identified for upcoming centres include Gurgaon, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.
The opening of Simplilearn’s first experience centre in Noida is something the company is proud to announce. The offline experience centre will offer potential students individualised guidance to find the best upskilling programmes to improve their learning experience and support them in achieving their career goals. A 360-degree view of the various Simplilearn programmes will be provided to the students at the centre, and skilled professionals will be stationed there to assist them in realising their career goals. In the near future, Simplilearn plans to open experience centres in Gurgaon, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Chennai.
The Noida experience centre, which is in line with the company’s larger expansion plan, will increase its market presence and make it easier for students to access the company through this physical contact point. Simplilearn recently observed a steady rise in learner inquiries from the Noida market, which prompted the opening of the experience centre. This was a proactive move to offer candidates in-person support.
The co-founder and chief operating officer of Simplilearn, Mr. Kashyap Dalal, said this in reference to their first experience centre: “Digital upskilling continues to see demand among professionals of every age, designation, and demography. Every year, we welcome thousands of students from India and around the world to the Simplilearn community. All of these students have one thing in common: they want to succeed in a field that is incredibly competitive. Having said that, Simplilearn’s programmes are created with an eye towards developing a workforce that is prepared for the workplace. The opening of our physical centre is a step towards developing a more individualised connection with our learners as we continue to grow and develop so that we can correctly guide them based on their career goals.
We recognise the value of using a personalised approach to connect with students, Mr. Dalal continued. We anticipate speaking with aspirants face-to-face to offer upskilling advice as we return to pre-pandemic normalcy. With the Noida and other upcoming centres, we hope to improve and streamline the learning experience for students while assisting them in choosing the educational path that is best for their future careers.
With a 45% increase in FY23, Simplilearn’s India Consumer business continued to grow consistently year over year. The most demand is in the coding and data science verticals, followed by the cloud computing and cyber security verticals.
With an average of 70,000 students and more than 500,000 hours of usage per month, Simplilearn offers more than 3,000 live classes.Programs offered by Simplilearn allow learners to upskill and get certified in popular domains.