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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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.

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.

Centro de Gestión e Innovación Científica y Educativa para la Paz

CEGICEP pledges to reinforce digital and IT skills and competences of educators to promote high quality science education.

Certiport, A Pearson VUE Company

Certiport, a Pearson VUE business, pledges to deliver 80,000 new certifications in Europe in 2017.

CISCO Industry 4.0

Cisco is will invest in new courses to help 40 000 EU students to acquire skills for Industry 4.0 in next 3 years

CISCO Networking Academy

Cisco will expand the Cisco Networking Academy program in the EU to enable new education institutions, teachers and students to have access and benefit from the courses. This will result in training 200 000 students in digital skills in the next 3 years.

CISCO Professional Digital Skills for Refugees

Cisco will train 35 000 refugees in Germany through Cisco Networking Academy in the next three years.