Pluralsight, leaders in technology workforce development, have announced its partnership with Go1. Together, the companies will deliver a curated content experience designed to help Go1 customers learn the most in-demand technology skills, including those featured in the Pluralsight Technology Index. Premium Go1 subscribers can now access custom content from Pluralsight Skills, enabling them to build skills in specialised technology roles including IT/DevOps, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning.
With this partnership, Pluralsight and Go1 will deliver solutions that help L&D leaders manage the necessary training and development needs of their diverse teams. Go1 customers in any role, including non-technical roles, are now able to access a selection of high-quality technical content on Pluralsight Skills to upskill or reskill their workforce. The partnership also enables joint customers to access the full Pluralsight Skills library through Go1's platform.
Pluralsight is the leading technology workforce development organisation that helps companies and teams build better products by developing critical skills, improving processes and gaining insights through data, and providing strategic skills consulting. Trusted by forward-thinking companies of every size in every industry.
“We are excited to offer our expert-led content within the Go1 eLearning platform to help everyone develop the critical tech skills that are in-demand today. With access to on-demand video courses from Pluralsight Skills, Go1 customers will be able to establish foundational technology competencies across their organisations while enabling those in technical roles to deepen their understanding of today’s latest tech. Pluralsight Skills gives people and teams the necessary tools to develop technology skills more effectively and at scale.”
Ken Leonard, SVP of Global Ecosystem Solutions at Pluralsight.
Pluralsight and Go1 designed the unique offer with the aim to address the global tech skills shortage, which continues to expand. In fact, the Tech Council of Australia has forecasted Australia will need one million people in tech jobs by 2025, meaning approximately 260,000 more people will need to enter the Australian tech workforce in that time.
“Our partnership with Pluralsight creates a critical tech-skilling pathway for Go1 customers to experience the industry’s leading tech courses to join a future-ready workforce.”
Basem Emera, VP of Partnerships and Alliances at Go1.