AI skill development platform launches in Dubai
The platform will help answer most critical questions on skill development and career progression with AI
Black Cube Solutions, a Dubai-based start-up, has created a platform that enables skill development and career progression through machine learning and artificial intelligence.
The platform, TrainingCalendar.com, is aimed at university students, graduates and working professionals to aid skill development.
For university students and professionals, the platform features AI Powered Skill Gap Analysis which will show them a Detailed Skill Chart. This in return enables students to benchmark skills against particular roles, and professionals can benchmark skills against current roles.
The platform will offer an automatic course recommendation list of free and paid courses. The job scan section enables them to see relevant global job opportunities with a match percentage for every job and an option to apply for these jobs in a single click.
On the Training Calendar, the corporate world is offered a comprehensive organisational level Skill Matrix and Training Need Analysis (TNA) through AI Powered Skill Gap Analysis for all employees. Based on the TNA, it recommends different courses for every employee with a match percentage of skill outcome. In addition, corporate can use the Smart Training Procurement to compare and finalise training providers based on critical criteria.
For training and executive education providers, the Training calendar will enable them to get highly targeted individual leads through course recommendations provided to students, professionals and corporate.
Peer Mohaideen Sait, founder and CEO, Training Calendar, said: "Skill development is the most pressing challenge for governments and corporate across the world. That is why we came up with the idea of Training Calendar. Our product is aligned to the UAE's national strategy on innovation and is focused on skill development.
"Our long-term plan is to invest and provide research based HR solutions across the education sector and bring new products focused on skill development at the school level."