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2020 has been a pivotal year and many aspects of our traditional working methods have changed. As we enter the unknown, learning and upskilling have become top priorities for employees and employers alike. To address this need, Microsoft and LinkedIn have jointly launched the Skills Initiative. This learning platform aims to help some 25 million job seekers worldwide to acquire new digital skills that will help them find roles in the post-COVID-19 economy.

The platform features free learning resources from LinkedIn Learning and Microsoft Learn. The content includes learning pathways tailor-made to suit the most in-demand jobs, identified via analysis of the latest data from LinkedIn. The Skills Initiative also offers technical training with discounts on Microsoft's industry-recognized certificates.

These resources are free to use globally and aim to provide opportunities for individuals to upskill and re-shift, and to develop talent across all levels.

In this webinar, we are delighted to have Ada Ng, Director, Corporate Affairs and Philanthropies at Microsoft, and Nathan Khan, Head of Partnerships (Talent & Learning Solutions) at LinkedIn Hong Kong, to share some of the latest learning resources and talent trends. They will also discuss the services they are currently providing to help companies and workers battle the impact of the pandemic.


Speaker(s) Ada Ng, Director, Corporate Affairs and Philanthropies, Microsoft
Ada Ng leads Microsoft HK Philanthropies team to empower the local community and nonprofits to achieve more by technology and to drive economic growth. Ada has built strategies to optimize the scale and impact of various programmes including Skills Initiative and Skills for Employability, the global upskilling partnerships to reskill job seekers under COVID-19. More than upskilling programme, she also proactively makes endeavors to drive digital transformation and AI adoption for NGO sector and the local community by Microsoft Tech for Good Donation and AI for Good Programme, to create breakthrough innovations and sustainable societal impact which are critical to economic growth.

Nathan Khan, Head of Partnerships (Talent & Learning Solutions), LinkedIn Hong Kong
Nathan Khan drives LinkedIn's business growth for Hong Kong and Taiwan. Khan has spent more than 10 years working within the talent sector, including the last five years helping companies leverage LinkedIn for better business success and optimisation.
Language English
Date and Time 2020/09/22 11:00 to 12:15
Venue This event will take place online via ZOOM
Media Closed to media
Enquiries West Lam
Tel: 2823 1265
Email: west@chamber.org.hk
Fee Members @ HK$100 / Non-Members @ HK$200
+$50 for booking offline
This event accepts Chamber Coupon (terms and conditions)
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