Definition of reskill in English:

reskill

Line breaks: re|skill
Pronunciation: /riːˈskɪl
 
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verb

[with object]
Teach (a person, especially an unemployed person) new skills: they are reskilling the unemployed (as noun reskilling) the university is a major provider of training and reskilling [as modifier]: a ten-week reskilling course
More example sentences
  • You have to work with those middle managers, so they understand what the company's philosophy will be and what the company's practice will be for retooling, retraining and reskilling employees.
  • Those who have moved on have remained within the IT sector, proving the success of the programme in reskilling suitable candidates.
  • In most cases, they regain their contributions and put them to sound use in reskilling their employees.

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