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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Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS)

CEPIS is pledging to launch IT Professionalism Europe (ITPE), a network of organisations who commit to furthering IT professionalism in Europe and promoting best practice in managing IT staff to companies. CEPIS commits to gather 50 organisations in this network by the end of 2018.

Cross Border Talents Academy

Cross Border Talents Academy pledges to apply “just-in- time digital skills” methodology and recruit, train and employ 810 candidates by 2020.

CyberActive Limited

Cyberactive is pledging to enhance, in two years, the Digital skills profile of 3,800 ICT professionals through content creation and delivery of workshops, conferences, training & individual company engagements.

Dell EMC

Dell EMC will expand its Academic Alliance program to offer ICT skills to a greater number of students in Europe and help them prepare for successful careers in a transforming IT industry.

Department of Computer Sciences, University of Alcalá

The Department of Computer Sciences, University of Alcalá pledges to offer open tools and training to guide IT professionals and beginners towards the best employability in the ICT profession through the most relevant competence framework, e-Competence Framework (e-CF EN16234), and the new labor classification ESCO.

DIDASCA - The First Italian Cyber Schools for Lifelong Learning

Didasca will help 200 000 teachers in Italy to master G Suite for Education apps, while fostering creativity and spreading the best practices.

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.

Digital Skills Academy

Digital Skills Academy pledges is to increase the number of digitally-skilled employees across Europe by reskilling 1,600 job-seekers in Ireland, with the goal of 92% graduate employment, and upskilling 8,400 working professionals across Ireland, France, Germany, Greece, Spain, Portugal and the UK by 2020.

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.

ECDL Digital Marketing

ECDL Foundation pledges to implement the Digital Marketing module developed and piloted as pledge for the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs in 2015 in at least 5 EU countries by the end of 2017. This pledge is aimed to tackle the problem of a small share of SMEs who sell online (16%) and across borders (7.5%).