NASSCOM and Jigsaw online course will cover tools such as Python, Fritzing, Arduino IDE Simulator, and Kafka
NASSCOM FutureSkills and Jigsaw announced the launch of their popular Foundation IoT course led by industry experts to cater to the increasing demand of learners. With emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, analytics, cloud computing, cyber security, internet of things, and virtual reality changing the future of work, this collaboration will converge manifold technologies working in tandem to address real-world business problems and develop new products and services, said a press release.
The collaboration will focus on imparting digital fluency by upskilling learners in emerging technologies and in-demand professional skills. The initiative is industry-driven and addresses real-world gaps to prepare learners to navigate the wave of digital disruption. The programme has been gaining traction and is designed to cover the fundamentals of all four components of Internet of Things (IoT) ranging from sensor connected IoT devices or “things” to IoT gateways and cloud platforms, as well as data collection and analysis. Participants will also get to learn about designs of microcontrollers, sensors, and IoT networking protocols along with a thorough understanding of analytics’ function in the Internet of Things.
The programme is best suited for university students enrolled in streams such as Engineering, Computer Science, Statistics, Physical Sciences or Mathematics, working professionals who want to upskill and expand their career prospects, and technology enthusiasts who want to learn more about IoT and the buzz surrounding the technology. Participants will be issued a certificate of participation by Jigsaw and a FutureSkills Prime badge, which they can attach to their LinkedIn profile to showcase their IoT proficiency to potential employers and professional networks. More information on the course is available on the Jigsaw website.