Today we are excited to appoint Gary Eimerman as our Chief Learning Officer. Gary is a tested leader in applied learning and will take charge of ensuring apprentices have access to a world-leading learning experience that enables them to transform their careers.
Eimerman joins Multiverse from the online education company Pluralsight where he served for nine years, most recently as Chief Product Officer. Earlier in his career he helped build TrainSignal, which was acquired by Pluralsight in 2013. Throughout his career, Eimerman has excelled in combining learning expertise with commercial responsibilities, building on a strong foundation in product and tech.
Gary said: ‘Our mission couldn’t be more urgent. Right now people are either switching off from learning, or taking over a trillion dollars of student loan debt to the grave. It doesn’t have to be that way.
‘Applied learning combines the best of learning with paid work, and opens the door for people to get the education on tomorrow's technologies while earning money and becoming productive and motivated team members. This is a huge win both for the individuals and the companies in need of today’s most in demand roles.
‘It means our team isn’t just transforming careers by teaching people how to learn, we are delivering meaningful system change in the process’.
Multiverse works with over 10,000 apprentices and 1,000 businesses already, training individuals on programs in the tech, data and engineering skills needed to thrive across a variety of different roles. When inspected most recently by UK regulators, assessors praised Multiverse’s ‘outstanding’ provision (opens new window)for having an ‘ambitious curriculum that closely reflects what employers need so that apprentices make rapid progress’.
Our learning team is constantly innovating to give apprentices the tools to make an impact in their roles and careers. Just this month we launched an AI Jumpstart module, available to all apprentices at no cost, to give them the fundamentals to make use of AI tools in the workplace.