Hong Kong Productivity Council “The Most Wanted Data Technology Talent: Reskill Everyone with Big Data Literacy in the Digital Economy.” Webinar on 4th March
As the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) remains a severe health threat to global society, many corporations in Hong Kong are adopting the “Work From Home” policy and advise their staff to stay home. Staying at home, however, doesn’t mean staying idle. This is the perfect opportunity to utilize saving in transportation time to study online – something that most of us may not have time to do in healthy daily life.
Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is launching a free webinar with the topic of “The Most Wanted Data Technology Talent: Reskill Everyone with Big Data Literacy in the Digital Economy.” As predicted by Forbes, data literacy has been nominated as the most popular job skill in 2020. It represents the ability to understand AI, Big Data, Cloud, Machine Learning, and Open Source, etc. Enhancing data literacy is the first and most crucial step to sharpen our competitiveness in the future economy.
▲HKPC organizes a free webinar on Data Literacy on 4th March
The Webinar is organized by HKPC on 4th March at 1430, Dr. Toa Charm, Chairman of OpenCertHub, and Daniel Yuen, COO of OpenCertHub, are invited as the speakers to share the importance of data literacy and digital transformation of corporations. Besides, Partick Tsoi, CEO of Sunon Technology and tutor of CPFA® “Role-Based” certification scheme, and Desmond Chan, the lead consultant of HKPC, will also introduce the training course of CPFA® and the partners in the process of digital transformation.
This webinar is designed to provide insight and advice from experts and leaders in ways to enhance data literacy among staff in digital transformation. Therefore, corporate executives, HR officers, or anyone interested in AI and Big data is recommended to join the webinar and take the chance to become the leader of digital transformation.
Topic: “The Most Wanted Data Technology Talent: Reskill Everyone with Big Data Literacy in the Digital Economy.”
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