This trend of educating people for certain tasks is just a way to create teaching jobs in small technical industries. They look appealing, but there is only a finite number of jobs. Mostly for teachers. This technique of 'creating jobs' was done a few years back with the pharmacist industry. Created much income for the new school programs to teach, but, again, where are the jobs for more pharmacists? Another industry trend creating 'jobs' are the 'computer programmers'. Learn Code! Looks like that could end up in more low paying 'data entry' type jobs.
Only if there are any jobs to be had.