The disruptions to traditional education caused by the pandemic hold the capacity to further widen learning gaps between different regions and countries, alongside aggravating the digital divide. To address this problem, distance-learning has proven to be a leading effective measure. To facilitate contactless education that is accessible to both educators and students of Higher Educational Institutes and ICT academies, Huawei Pakistan initiated a series of online training and exam programs. These programs provide high-quality resources on an open platform, enabling the instructors to learn about the latest developments in emerging technologies. Huawei is willing to consistently share its online learning experiences with universities and other educational organizations. The company promises to increase investment, enhance digital resource construction, and promote education digitalization to ensure constant accessibility to high-quality education. Intelligentization has become a benchmark of countries’ competitiveness, and a digital society is emerging in it’s truest sense. 5G, cloud computing, the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data are core ICT technologies that support this new “smart” industrial revolution. By 2025, there will be 4 billion new internet users, 8 billion smart phones in use, and 100 billion general connections. Nearly all organizations agree that digital talent is increasingly more important, and that they are noticingthe digital talent gap. Huawei, being the pioneer of 5G technology, and leading in other emerging technologies, aims to bridge this talent gap by transferring large quantities of knowledge. Huawei launched the Train the Trainers (TTT) program for HCIA-AI, to enhance the capabilities of instructors in Pakistan in the field of Artificial Intelligence. The program covers both lab work and theory lectures too, within the framework of a Huawei associate-level course. 45 instructors from 15 HEI’s participated in the training, including senior professors from the top universities in the country. A remote certification exam was organized for the instructors with a 90% passing rate. The Huawei Certified Academic Instructor (HCAI) exams will also be arranged for the trainers.