Pledges

Here you can check the progress of the pledges in the context of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition as reported by the pledges themselves. For more information, see the about page. For additional information, please use the contact page.

Filters

Clear filters
Record 1 - 10 of 40

Ada, National College for Digital Skills

Ada, The National College for Digital Skills pledges to educate 5000 new learners by 2021 in advanced digital skills including programming and computational thinking skills. In addition to that Ada College will embark upon a strategy for recruiting more young women and students from low income households.

AICA

During 2017, AICA will deliver around 50,000 ECDL Digital Skills certification training programmes to students, teachers and adult population, boosting the exchange of good practice and the collaboration among its network AICA DIGINET, across 20 Italian Regions.

Amsterdam Economic Board

The Amsterdam Economic Board pledges to work together with the business world, governmental agencies and knowledge institutes, focusing on collaboration, innovation and growth in order to make the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area the most adaptive and appealing labour market in Europe.

Association “Community of Telecentres Networks”

The Association "Community of Telecentres Networks” is committed to reach the following objectives in the next 2 years: 18.000 people trained; 3,000 certification of digital competences; 2,000 trainings for ICT dynamizers; 300 trainings for self-employed and SMEs; 18,000 people involved in an awareness raising campaign targeting job seekers and the improvement of curricula for unemployed people; improvement of digital skills for 2,000 teachers and educators.

Associazione di Promozione Sociale Futuro Digitale

DigItaly is a physical-virtual environment aimed to promote the knowledge of digital providing free internet access in public places, online courses on ICT and creating web applications for citizens. Digitaly will involve more than 8.000 municipalities, more than 6.000 schools and at least 2.000 companies in Italy in the period 2016-2018.

AUTODESK

Autodesk commits to provide access to 400,000 new students and educators to professional 3D Design software; develop, launch and localise 5 new MOOC reaching 1,000 students; and offer 40 Designathons to 800 students in the EU in 2017 and 2018.

Be Central

BeCentral is pledging to rejuvenate the Central Station of Brussels, making the digitalization real for as many people as possible. With more than 60.000 commuters using the station every day and 2000 square meters available, BeCentral will become a central hub for anyone wishing to experience and develop skills in programming, IoT, VR, Big Data, etc. In the next year BeCentral will provide trainings to 50 new ICT professionals, 120 potential entrepreneurs, 4,000 students and teachers and 500 citizens in Belgium.

Bebras

Bebras aims to attract all school age children, especially girls in science and technology and to engage them into computer sciences (Informatics or Computing), engineering and maths (STEM).

BQ Education

BQ education supports teachers in introducing programming and robotics in their classrooms.

CA Technologies

CA Technologies is pledging to increase the scale and reach of Create Tomorrow, a Europe-wide programme that encourages secondary school children to consider STEM studies and careers, aiming to reach 2,000 secondary students and 150 secondary school teachers from January 2017 to January 2018.