Hero Vired Launches Tailored Educational Programs for Business, Institutions, And Government

The newly launched offerings include personalised and hybrid learning experiences conducted by leading industry experts.
Akshay Munjal, Founder and CEO of Hero Vired
Akshay Munjal, Founder and CEO of Hero Vired

Hero Vired, a learntech start-up under the Hero Group, unveiled its expanded focus on delivering tailored educational programs across three key sectors: business-to-business (B2B), business-to-institutional (B2I), and business-to-government (B2G). This move is designed to provide customised training solutions that cater to a broad range of domains, functions, and skill sets aimed at enhancing organisational capabilities and facilitating the recruitment and development of talent. 

The newly launched offerings include personalised and hybrid learning experiences conducted by leading industry experts. The programs leverage a state-of-the-art learning management system (LMS) offering flexible subscriptions, contemporary learning and development (L&D) frameworks, and project-based learning geared towards achieving tangible outcomes at the workplace.

For educational institutes, Hero Vired has planned employability bootcamps complete with placement support, along with residential training programs hosted at the BML Munjal University campus. Additionally, for large corporations and start-ups, the initiative will encompass skill enhancement and talent development workshops. In the public sector, the company aims to equip PSUs and government agencies with cutting-edge skills essential for workforce advancement. 

Akshay Munjal, Founder and CEO of Hero Vired, said, “With strategic positioning to bolster the B2B segment, we aim for over 100 partnerships and to facilitate over 100,000 man-hours of upskilling. Our goal is to be the preferred training partner for both corporations and educational institutions, fully equipping our learners with the essential skills and knowledge for the future of work in Industry 4.0.” 

The demand for specialised training and upskilling programs is becoming increasingly apparent across various sectors, particularly as large corporations emphasize engineering and technical training while tech startups focus on advanced technological skills. Notably, with the recognized shortage of artificial intelligence (AI) talent and high attrition rates, more companies are opting to invest in training their current employees rather than hiring new ones. Consequently, Hero Vired’s expansion into the B2B sector reflects a growing awareness of the challenges related to skilling and adaptation within different industries, as per a company statement. 

Hero Vired's offerings span a diverse array of domains, encompassing artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), future technologies, data science, finance, management, marketing, gaming, extended reality, leadership, and soft skills. Beyond these core areas, the company also provides specialised training in prevention of sexual harassment (POSH), quality assurance, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices, catering to the emerging needs of new-age fields. 

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