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This website collects information about the progress of the pledges in the context of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition.

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition brings together Member States, companies, social partners, non-profit organisations and education providers who take action to tackle the lack of digital skills in Europe.

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Digital skills for ICT professionals

Developing high level digital skills for ICT professionals in all industry sectors.

Digital skills in education

Transforming teaching and learning of digital skills in a lifelong learning perspective, including the training of teachers

Digital skills for labour force

Developing digital skills for the digital economy, e.g. upskilling and reskilling workers, jobseekers; actions on career advice and guidance.

Digital skills for all citizens

Developing digital skills to enable all citizens to be active in our digital society.

Latest updates

Telefónica Educación Digital

27/06/2017
MiríadaX is our MOOC platform which offers a huge range of free training courses across a variety of subjects. Content is developed by Universities. Since March 2017, we have reached 3,850,000 registered users on the platform with Coding and Agile methodologies being most in demand, again a trend that continues to rise, particularly with young people. Talentum 4 Jobs Initiative. This is an initiative which promotes reskilling for Young people who are seeking employment and so far we now have 137,964 students in different courses which are in blended format. The trend seems to be that around 80% of students who complete the programme, find some sort of job related to their new skills. STEM platform and STEM challenge. Our STEM programme comprises of a platform for children and another for teachers, so that they may learn the basics of programming and robotics. Periodically, an in conjunction with our partners, we launch inter-school competitions (on a national or international scale). Our STEM programme for children has now over 150,000 registered users. This year's STEM Challenge was launched in April 2017 (until December) and was aimed at schools in Spain and South America, encouraging teams of schoolchildren to produce Apps with the support of their teachers. Some statistics; 408 projects presented More than 250 Schools taking part More than 500 teachers registered More than 3,500 student participating

Telefónica Educación Digital

27/06/2017
MiríadaX is our MOOC platform which offers a huge range of free training courses across a variety of subjects. Content is developed by Universities. Since March 2017, we have reached 3,850,000 registered users on the platform with Coding and Agile methodologies being most in demand, again a trend that continues to rise, particularly with young people. Talentum 4 Jobs Initiative. This is an initiative which promotes reskilling for Young people who are seeking employment and so far we now have 137,964 students in different courses which are in blended format. The trend seems to be that around 80% of students who complete the programme, find some sort of job related to their new skills. STEM platform and STEM challenge. Our STEM programme comprises of a platform for children and another for teachers, so that they may learn the basics of programming and robotics. Periodically, an in conjunction with our partners, we launch inter-school competitions (on a national or international scale). Our STEM programme for children has now over 150,000 registered users. This year's STEM Challenge was launched in April 2017 (until December) and was aimed at schools in Spain and South America, encouraging teams of schoolchildren to produce Apps with the support of their teachers. Some statistics; 408 projects presented More than 250 Schools taking part More than 500 teachers registered More than 3,500 student participating

Telefónica Educación Digital

27/06/2017
MiríadaX is our MOOC platform which offers a huge range of free training courses across a variety of subjects. Content is developed by Universities. Since March 2017, we have reached 3,850,000 registered users on the platform with Coding and Agile methodologies being most in demand, again a trend that continues to rise, particularly with young people. Talentum 4 Jobs Initiative. This is an initiative which promotes reskilling for Young people who are seeking employment and so far we now have 137,964 students in different courses which are in blended format. The trend seems to be that around 80% of students who complete the programme, find some sort of job related to their new skills. STEM platform and STEM challenge. Our STEM programme comprises of a platform for children and another for teachers, so that they may learn the basics of programming and robotics. Periodically, an in conjunction with our partners, we launch inter-school competitions (on a national or international scale). Our STEM programme for children has now over 150,000 registered users. This year's STEM Challenge was launched in April 2017 (until December) and was aimed at schools in Spain and South America, encouraging teams of schoolchildren to produce Apps with the support of their teachers. Some statistics; 408 projects presented More than 250 Schools taking part More than 500 teachers registered More than 3,500 student participating

Hellenic Professionals Informatics Society (HePIS)

26/06/2017
- Regarding Alliance for Digital Employability: The 1st Coding Bootcamp was concluded in January re-skilling and placing in coding roles 30 students. Further, the 2nd Coding Bootcamp is about to get completed in July with 33 graduates, while getting prepared to scale up the Coding Bootcamps model in October, running 3 Bootcamps in parallel. - “The 100: every journey starts with one step”: The programme just got completed, training 59 students and placing already 75% in relevant roles, while we expect the students' placement rate to exceed 80%. Is highly likely that the success of the existing program will ensure additional fundraising to continue with similar actions. - Microsoft YouthSpark initiative: Training completed as planned with over 75% of the candidates finding relevant job roles. - BRIGHTS: The programme began 6months ago and we are as planned, in the training analysis phase. It is expected to conclude in the end of 2018. - Coding Skills for all: We have already begun with the online training of students in Malta and Cyprus (c.700 candidates have already participated in relevant actions). Physical trainings will begin within the next 3 months in both countries, with over 2.000 children and young adults learning basic web coding.

Hellenic Professionals Informatics Society (HePIS)

26/06/2017
- Regarding Alliance for Digital Employability: The 1st Coding Bootcamp was concluded in January re-skilling and placing in coding roles 30 students. Further, the 2nd Coding Bootcamp is about to get completed in July with 33 graduates, while getting prepared to scale up the Coding Bootcamps model in October, running 3 Bootcamps in parallel. - “The 100: every journey starts with one step”: The programme just got completed, training 59 students and placing already 75% in relevant roles, while we expect the students' placement rate to exceed 80%. Is highly likely that the success of the existing program will ensure additional fundraising to continue with similar actions. - Microsoft YouthSpark initiative: Training completed as planned with over 75% of the candidates finding relevant job roles. - BRIGHTS: The programme began 6months ago and we are as planned, in the training analysis phase. It is expected to conclude in the end of 2018. - Coding Skills for all: We have already begun with the online training of students in Malta and Cyprus (c.700 candidates have already participated in relevant actions). Physical trainings will begin within the next 3 months in both countries, with over 2.000 children and young adults learning basic web coding.

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