Pearson partner with Solitaire to offer Higher Nationals programs in Business Management

Hyderabad, February 26 (UNI) Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, on Monday announced its partnership with Solitaire Business School, a premier educational institution in Hyderabad, to offer Pearson’s BTEC Higher Nationals programmes in Business Management and courses in Sport, Fitness Instructing and Personal Training, Marketing and Business. Pearson BTECs are vocational skill qualification programs, developed in consultation with industry experts, educators and employers offering a diverse range of qualifications across different industries and sectors, the company said in a release here.

The qualifications are internationally recognised providing progression to both university and employment, where real-life scenarios are used for assignments and assessments.

They are offered at 30 plus partners in India, including universities, colleges, international schools, and private training centres. The qualifications are offered in over 24 subject areas with more than 2000 qualifications ranging from business to digital technology to art and design to healthcare and many more, enabling learners with skills relevant to the global workplace. On the announcement of the partnership, Mir Murtuza Ali, Chairperson of Solitaire Business School, said, “Their curriculum materials, platforms, and assessments are widely respected and used by leading institutions worldwide. With Pearson’s expertise and Solitaire Business Schools’ unwavering commitment to student success, I’m confident this collaboration will open doors to exciting global opportunities for us.” On the partnership, Daniyal Ali, Director of Solitaire Business School, said, “ Through this collaboration, we at Solitaire Business Schools aim to ensure our students are always adaptive to the changing landscape and have the necessary skills for the future of work.” “Our collaboration with the Solitaire Business School represents our alignment with India’s National Education Policy 2020, wherein the Indian government aims to expand vocational education to at least 50 percent of learners in the school and higher education system by 2025. Through this partnership, we will provide vocational training and skill development programs that are relevant to the evolving job market for learners.”

Siddharth Parnerkar, International Sales Director, Pearson. Recently, Pearson also collaborated with the National Skill Development Corporation International (NSDCI) to address the urgent need for upskilling and workforce development in India.

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