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.

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Academy Cube

Academy Cube pledges to have at least 500,000 registered talents that can apply to more than 50,000 jobs and are able to attend more than 2,000 e-learning courses by 2020.

AFOL Metropolitana & EMIT Feltrinelli

AFOL Metropolitana and EMIT Feltrinelli are pledging to actuate a programme to guide, train and provide placements to 300 students, young people and NEETS and to train teachers in 20 educational institutions.

All Digital

All Digital commits to raise awareness to European citizens about the benefits offered by the digital transformation, and how they can take advantage of them by organising an annual campaign called Get Online Week to engage people to use technology and the Internet with confidence and skills that allow them to benefit of the world of online opportunities.

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.

Basque Coalition for Digital Skills and Jobs 4.0

Basque Coalition for Digital Skills and Jobs 4.0 pledges to deliver a global strategy 4.0 to guide the efforts of all the ecosystem agents towards the improvement of digital competences of citizens and employees within the Basque Country.

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.

BeCode

BeCode pledges to train 2 600 adults into digital professions by 2020. The 6-month full-time training is fully free of charge for the participants and prior knowledge is not required.

Cambridge Spark

Cambridge Spark’s pledge is to help the European workforce become more employable and relevant by providing people with the IT skills most in demand (such as data science and software development) through training at least one thousand people across a wide range of backgrounds by 2017.