In this ever-growing fast-paced world, education is one of the sectors that constantly witnesses huge change. When the pandemic hit the world, it was evident that education took a backseat and learners faced real-time challenges, especially those in their peak stages of careers. From grade 1 to PG, the pandemic impacted classroom lectures and made the traditional education system move online. Most educational institutions encouraged online education, which seemed to be an ideal option for both teachers and students. It was at that time that the leading ed-tech players took over the stage and helped people continue their education. India is among the top nations in the world that get the highest capital funding in the Ed-tech sector.
Technology is the current trend and buzzword all over the world. A learning experience with technology integration is currently one of the most happening things in the education industry.
Ed-tech startups are revolutionizing the way education has evolved over the past few decades. If we look through the lens of advancements in the world, the ed-tech industry is experiencing significant growth. In the coming 10 years, India’s ed-tech industry will reach a $30 billion market. Ed-tech education offers a comprehensive solution to a diverse range of students across all platforms. A surge in Ed-tech startups has increased the demand for educators and also made graduates with a passion for teaching more employable.
Ed-tech assists medical professionals in upskilling
The healthcare industry has seen great turmoil when the pandemic hit the world. The day and night seemed the same to the nursing staff and doctors who were the only saviors. To that, it is imperative that healthcare professionals are up-to-date with the advancements in the field to deliver unparalleled patient care with hands-on experience in basic life support strategies.
Video-assisted remote learning in healthcare is paving the way for healthcare professionals to advance in their careers with top-paying job opportunities. Since the pandemic outbreak, there is a huge spike in the number of doctors from multiple specialties who have enrolled in online courses for upskilling. Doctors are seeking opportunities to learn advancements in their respective fields, which can fetch them lucrative jobs. The e-learning courses that provide on-site training seem to be preferable as they are helpful in applying theory to practice. Doctors seeking online courses are actively looking for workshops and practical training that can enhance their knowledge with hands-on experience.
There is a dire need to upskill healthcare staff with effective training that helps provide unparalleled care to the patients. Trained clinical teams with a better understanding of technological intervention are in high demand. To meet an unprecedented crisis like the COVID pandemic, a demonstrated experience in handling critical situations is crucial in a healthcare environment. Critical care and emergency situations can be handled more efficiently by nurses trained in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS).
Views expressed above are the author’s own.
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