BRIDGING THE DIGITAL SKILLS GAP
Connecting leading companies and universities to deliver
up-to-date, industry relevant programs.
WHAT WE DO
FourthRev connects leading companies and universities to develop industry-certified skillsets at scale
CONTENT AND CURRICULUM CREATED WITH INDUSTRY
We work with the world’s leading organisations to curate and build branded educational content and curriculum to address the most pressing digital skills gaps.
DELIVERED THROUGH UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS
We align this curriculum to university qualification frameworks to enable the rapid launch and maintenance of up-to-date, industry relevant courses at professional education, vocational, bachelors and masters level.
TO ACHIEVE GREAT STUDENT JOB OUTCOMES
We work with our partner universities to enable students and lifelong learners to develop skills verified by university qualifications and industry certifications, setting them up for career success.
46% of EY surveyed students stated their degree needed to be overhauled to align to current and emerging digital technology.
FourthRev enables you to rapidly launch and maintain educational offerings to develop job-ready graduates.
67% of global large employers are unable to find the talent to fill open jobs.
FourthRev enables you to build the talent your ecosystem needs on a scale that only universities can provide.
The Productivity Potential Gap
Source: Deloitte Human Capital Trends
"The Future Of Work is a Race Between Education and Technology"
Mauricio Macri, President of Argentina, Host of G20 2018
Education fit for the digital economy is the vehicle to close the productivity potential gap that is widening due to the speed of technological innovation.
THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Automation can replace 49% of jobs across G20 economies using already existing technologies.
Cloud technology enabled innovation is forecast to add up to $9 trillion to global GDP from 2017 - 2022
Today’s 15-year-olds will navigate 17 jobs across 5 different careers
65% of primary students today will perform jobs that don't yet exist.
Digital technology and innovation is projected to create 20 - 50 million jobs globally by 2025
85% of baby boomers will work past traditional retirement age as we move towards the 100 year life
THE DIGITAL ECONOMY:
2019 JOB OPPORTUNITIES SNAPSHOT
Year-on-year growth: 56%
Top skills: Data Science, Data Mining, Data Analysis, Python, Machine Learning
Year-on-year growth: 86%
Top skills: Product Design, User Experience (UX), User Interface Design, Graphic Design, Adobe Photoshop
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the way we work and creating multiple new job opportunities.
For these opportunities to be fully realised the education system must increase the speed in which it develops and delivers skills-focussed courses to meet the need of industry.
These jobs are just a small sample of those with huge opportunity for those who are equipped with the relevant and required skills.
Year-on-year growth: 87%
Top skills: Business Analytics, Agile Methodologies, Business Process Improvement, Scrum
Year-on-year growth: 88%
Top skills: Cloud Computing, Software Development, Amazon Web Services, Solution Architecture, Linux
Year-on-year growth: 80%
Top skills: Customer Relationship Management, Salesforce, Software-as-a-Service, Customer Satisfaction, Cloud Computing
"THE MOST PRESSING NEED FOR GOVERNMENT IS TO INCENTIVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE OFFERINGS IN COLLABORATION WITH INDUSTRY"
EY - University of the Future