The global upskilling website in Galway, Ireland has launched its highly famous Coronavirus course in Nigeria’s widely spoken languages. This initiative happens to be part of Alison’s commitment to subdue the COVID19 outbreak and to provide essential knowledge about the virus to all and sundry. The course is based on World Health Organisation’s international guidelines for COVID19
The courses are accessible (for free) via https://alison.com/coronavirus in Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo.
While speaking on the launch of this initiative, Alison CEO Mike Feerick stated “COVID19 is only beginning in Africa. The global community must act as one in supporting each other through this crisis – and assisting the nations of Africa through this crisis no difference than any other part of the world. Developing and distributing free learning and certification is what we do best. It’s how we can as a team and global free learning community of Alison can contribute to dealing with this crisis. I would like to thank every Alison translation volunteer for their efforts on behalf of this programme, not least those of the medical and healthcare community who are exceptionally busy at this time”
The Alison Coronavirus course has been studied by around 250,000 people globally and the course covers important aspects of the coronavirus like the origin of the virus, the transmission of the virus and how you can protect yourself and others from getting sick.
Alison, one of the world’s largest free human capital management platforms. With 14 million members, the Alison platform provides free learning for basic education and workplace skills with 2.5m graduates of its 1,500+ free courses. Alison also enables subject-matter-experts to freely publish on its platform enabling a new era of free knowledge and skills transfer within businesses.