AWS Skills Guild

Build in-house skills and an innovative learning culture

A training framework that accelerates innovation

Accelerate your cloud adoption with AWS Skills Guild, a comprehensive skills enablement program that builds cloud fluency across your organization. AWS Skills Guild is a programmatic approach that helps you accelerate cloud outcomes by creating excitement, increasing employee engagement, and nurturing a culture of learning.

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You’re investing in the cloud—now it’s time to invest in your people

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Build excitement

Generate momentum and engagement for your cloud journey

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Enable cloud skills

Increase competence, confidence, and credibility across your organization

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Create cloud advocates

Create vocal advocates who drive ownership

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Share knowledge

Enable your organization to drive cloud adoption

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Build and innovate

Upskill your workforce to attract, develop, and retain top cloud talent

AWS Skills Guild overview

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Explore how AWS Skills Guild offers a tailored experience to help organizations build cloud skills and an innovative learning culture.

AWS Skills Guild customer spotlight

NAB Cloud Guild case study (2:55)

National Australia Bank

One of Australia’s four major banks, National Australia Bank (NAB) has more than 30,000 employees and 9 million customers. Working with AWS, NAB has achieved a business-wide empowerment of staff by building their cloud skills. With more than 4,500 staff trained and over 950 individuals achieving AWS Certification, NAB has accelerated its cloud adoption and business transformation by identifying thousands of workloads to migrate to the AWS Cloud.

Watch this short video as Paul Silver, Manager Engineer and founder of the NAB Cloud Guild, discusses the NAB Cloud Guild and its transformative effect on the organization.

Kmart SPARK case study (3:27)

Kmart Group

Kmart Group is an Australian-based chain of affordable retail stores, with 228 stores and over 30,000 employees. The company is leveraging the AWS Cloud to improve its customer experience while reducing costs. To create a culture of success, Kmart is investing heavily in cloud training for its employees and helping them achieve AWS Certification across the business.

Watch this video and learn how Kmart invested in cloud skills training for both IT and non-IT employees to accelerate its digital transformation.

AMP Cloud Academy case study (3:34)

AMP Cloud Academy

AMP is a wealth management company with a growing retail banking and international investment management business that provides clients with superannuation and investment products, financial advice, and banking products including home loans and savings accounts. AMP was an early adopter of cloud technology, having migrated more than half of its applications through cloud-native deployments and intends to migrate 100 percent of its on-premises workloads to AWS. To accelerate its digital and data transformation, AMP collaborated with AWS to launch the AMP Cloud Academy, designed to build cloud fluency to support a future ready workforce.

Watch this video to learn how AMP's Cloud Academy is investing in upskilling its people to foster a culture of learning and growth, and discover how this has enabled them to lead the way in cloud technologies and unlock business value for their clients.

Empower your teams with AWS Training and Certification

AWS Training and Certification can help your enterprise accelerate growth and increase agility goals by building cloud fluency across your organization. We offer the resources you need to: 

  • Develop, attract, and retain cloud talent
  • Create a culture of innovation with comprehensive and continuous learning programs
  • Modernize your workforce at scale to achieve cloud business goals

Learn more about building cloud fluency and accelerating cloud transformation »