Skill-Lync, an engineering edtech startup and Renault Nissan Technology and Business Center India (RNTBCI), an automotive technology and business center supporting Renault and Nissan globally, have announced a strategic partnership under which the two companies will work on the training and development of professionals for RNTBCI.
Who will be considered for hiring?
Skill-Lync students have been trained in electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, embedded systems, model-based development, automotive design, finite element analysis (FEA), computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Full Stack Web Development, Data Analytics and Data Science, Cyber Security and Cloud will be considered for entry level and lateral hiring at RNTBCI, depending on the appropriate skills and requirements. Internship opportunities will also be offered to Skill-Lync students at RNTBCI’s facilities in Chennai, which will help them gain experiential learning.
RNTBCI employees have enrolled in upskilling programs (electric vehicles, self-driving vehicles) on the Skill-Lync platform, which are delivered through a combination of self-paced and instructor-led sessions. Skill-Lync will invest in the creation of advanced course content to pilot year-round training programs at the RNTBCI Training Center.
Skills gap in disruptive automotive engineering
Speaking about the partnership, Sarangarajan V Iyengar, co-founder of Skill-Lync, said, “We are pleased to partner with RNTBCI to address the skills gap that exists in disruptive automotive engineering today. We look forward to a long-standing relationship with RNTBCI in which we can create in-depth expertise for them through our comprehensive development programs.
Krishna Bandaru, Head of Corporate Partnerships and Curriculum, Skill-Lync, said, “Our partnership with RNTBCI encompasses the entire employee life cycle, from intern to seasoned employee, offering thus an immense value for the continuous improvement of skills. We will continue to invest in cutting-edge content to meet their needs and create a talent ecosystem for the automotive/EV industry.”
Speaking about the partnership, Debashis Neogi, MD, RNTBCI said, “We are pleased to partner with Skill-Lync to enhance the technical knowledge of our employees in key areas such as vehicle development, including electrification and software, which will help us provide products and services to our global and local customers. We will also give the chance to Skill-Lync trained people to be part of our organization to develop their career”.
Posted: Monday 07 March 2022, 08:53 IST