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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Digital Leadership Institute

The Digital Leadership Institute pledges to promote greater participation of girls and women in ESTEAM (entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) sectors.

ECDL Certifications

ECDL Foundation pledges that by the end of 2018, 2 million digital skills assessments leading to certification under ECDL standards will be taken in the EU. This will contribute to reducing the share of Europeans (45%) who lack basic digital skills and increase their employability and mobility in the labour market.

eSkills for Volunteers

Eskills for volunteers pledges to develop a certification tool and courses to help 200 young volunteers acquire digital literacy.

Gezinsbond - Flemish League of Families

The Gezinsbond pledges to provide by the end of 2017 120 ‘’online safety’’ training sessions for at least 3,000 Belgian parents, aimed to develop their skills in understanding and responding to the risks of online activities their children get involved in.

GMIT Mayo Campus

As part of the All Aboard 2017 national initiative to build confidence in digital skills for Learning, the GMIT Mayo Campus is offering a range of events for the general public, primary, secondary schools and local businesses.

Google

Google is pledging to continue to support European to gain digital skills through the following initiatives: Digital Workshop (online training hub); engaging young job seekers; helping small businesses to grow; funding 10,000 Android scholarships via Udacity and in partnership with Bertelsmann for EU mobile developers.

Hellenic Professionals Informatics Society (HePIS)

ΗePIS will partner with multinational companies, SMEs, organizations and philanthropic foundations to develop programs and initiatives that will help young people acquire basic, intermediate and advanced computer and coding skills.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise & CoderDojo

HPE and Codedojo are collectively committed to deliver 10 CoderDojos events and 2000 training hours in Italy in 2017, engaging 500 kids.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Safe2Web

Safe2Web provides schools with awareness training to help young people stay safe online, including learning about the issues associated with online bullying, sexting and grooming.

ICON

ICON will ensure that its staff members are sent on various training programmes in order to become at the forefront of technology, increase staff retention by 10%, increase levels of job satisfaction by 15% and lift levels of innovation by releasing an ICON product to the market by Q1 of 2018. ICON will also focus on promoting ICT skills amongst women and girls participating in a minimum of 3 talks/workshops and opening internships in various ICT fields to guide, train and motivate young individuals.