Microsoft Community Training supports personalized learning for a large-scale mobile-based community. It is affordable, easy to manage and provides robust security and privacy protection through an easy-to-use UI or via REST APIs
Clean and visual interfaces provide an intuitive and engaging learning experience for learners of all backgrounds.
Supports learning in low bandwidth networks and even offline. Learners can access courses anytime, anywhere from their choice of device.
User management and monitoring tools for your managers, ground staff and facilitators to reach out to your distributed communities and drive adoption and engagement of your learning programs.
Personalize the look and feel of your learning portal. Configure content and users as per your needs. Integrate with your existing systems.
Out-of-the-box reports and exhaustive instrumentation. Create rich custom reporting to track progress and measure outcomes.
Over 30 million children and youth worldwide lack access to continuous, quality education due to disruptions caused by crisis and displacement. To address this challenge, UNICEF, Microsoft, and the University of Cambridge developed the Learning Passport, a digital, personalized learning platform that provides children and young people with access to high quality, flexible education and learning offline and online.
Microsoft is enabling the Learning Passport through Microsoft Community Training, helping to ensure children can access local, contextualized content (such as a national curriculum) and supplementary content (such as digital skills). When the global pandemic hit and schools were closed worldwide, the Learning Passport underwent rapid expansion to facilitate online learning, pivoting to meet this critical need. Initially deployed in Kosovo, Timor-Leste, and Ukraine the platform is currently being used in 10 countries, with a goal to expand to 20 countries by the end of 2021Learn More Watch Video
The Digital Nigeria program aligns with the National Digital Economy Policy and Strategy (NDEPS) of Nigeria which has a vision to transform the country into a leading digital economy where digital innovation and entrepreneurship are used to create value and prosperity for all. As part of the program, The Federal Government of Nigeria partnered with the African Development Bank and Microsoft to launch the Digital Nigeria Portal to drive digital skilling and employment for the youth in Nigeria in September 2020.
The Digital Nigeria portal, enabled by Microsoft Community Training, boasted of 25K+ registered learners in 42K+ courses with over 10K course completions in its first 48 hours of the launch. The portal has registered 87K users in 4 months and continues to grow as it provides learning paths in Basic, Intermediate & Advanced Digital Skills, Entrepreneurship skills and Soft skills to the youth of Nigeria.Learn More Watch Video
Running Thint’iMillion, an online digital skills training platform custom-made for South African youth and targeted for low-bandwidth environments such as rural schools and remote libraries. Gauteng aims to provide digital skills to 1 million of its young jobseekers, including 400,000 by the middle of 2019.Learn More Watch Video
Powering Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs’ (Government of India) initiative to create awareness around best practices in sanitation and solid waste management amongst municipal functionaries who are at the forefront of delivering objectives of the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM). More than 100,000 employees have completed over a million courses on the platform.Learn More Watch Video
Digital Green develops multi-media courseware for farmers and frontline workers. Microsoft Community Training enables Training Courseware app used by Digital Green to train and assess frontline workers and farmers across different districts in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jharkhand in India.Learn More Watch Video