HP Software Education Services
Education is an answer to most situations in an individual’s life regardless of age, gender, the level of income or even location. HP’s commitment to building better societies through education does not just end at inventing accordant devices. Tools are developed to be engaged in learning institutions with an effort to educate under-privileged regions thus creating a better world for the future.
As part of the Education World Forum and BETT, HP made two education-related announcements. Their first plan is to expand their learning centers for refugees and families in the Middle East who have been displaced. Another would be to develop an analytical tool that will determine how such educational investments will contribute to the economic growth within the region. In an announcement at the forum, it was categorically stated that HP’s value beliefs lay in providing high-quality education integrating cutting-edge technology and putting the ideas into the hands of students and teachers in every corner of the world. HP plans to keep up their promise delivered to President Barack Obama’s Leaders’ Summit on Refugees that it would collaborate with Digital Promise Global, Microsoft and Intel to provide these deprived individuals with an opportunity to learn indispensable IT and business skills besides providing them with access to the latest technology.
15 different countries have already benefited from HP Learning Studios initiative. HP is set to launch three more such HP Learning Studios in Jordan and another three in Lebanon. Each of these studios is fully equipped with a retinue of latest technologies such as Sprout PRO, 3D computing (touch driven), ProBook X 360 Education edition convertible computers (powered by Windows 10), scanning and project platform and the Dremel 3D printer. The core curriculum of these courses revolves around HP Life e-Learning courses that have about 25 modules in IT and business skills – in at least seven languages.