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Revolent announces new AWS program to provide more talent for the ecosystem

We’re delighted to reveal the next phase of our plan to deliver the next generation of talented cloud professionals to businesses around the world, with the addition of a new Amazon Web Services (AWS) program from September.

The new course is open to candidates with a background in IT from September, giving them hands on experience as they pursue a career as an AWS Solutions Architect. They’ll be put through our innovative cross-training program followed by a placement with AWS experts Rebura, before moving on to work with one of our clients.

Worldwide events have sped up how quickly organizations have transitioned to cloud technology, resulting in increased demand for the talent that can power those digital projects. As a company ingrained in the ecosystems of some of the world’s leading cloud platforms, we know exactly what businesses need and how to deliver it to them.

“This is an incredibly exciting new addition to what we can offer both to clients and candidates,” said Nabila Salem, President at Revolent. “AWS has continued its growth throughout this challenging period, as businesses urgently look to the cloud as a way to help them survive as they prepare for the new normal. But that means experienced professionals are becoming more difficult to find.”

“Being able to provide the ecosystem with the talent it desperately needs at this moment in time is a key way to address the ongoing skills shortage and I’m delighted to see Revolent at the forefront.”

The program will last two years in total, from entering one of our virtual classrooms to graduating as a fully-fledged Revol. At that point a candidate can continue to work with one of our existing clients, progress to a more senior consultant position within Revolent, or make their own way through the lucrative cloud job market.

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