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eSkills for Jobs Campaign

EBN is an official stakeholder of the eSkills for Jobs campaign 2015. Watch our video statement here:


The eSkills for Jobs campaign, part of the EU eSkills strategy, is a major cross sector, multi-stakeholder campaign from the European Commission, involving more than 650 organisations across Europe including companies, associations, education and training bodies and NGOs. The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of the need for citizens to improve their command of information and communication technology (ICT) skills for work. The campaign is a response to the growing demand for ICT-skilled professionals which is currently not met, despite high levels of unemployment in Europe. 

eSkills for Jobs encourages citizens to develop their digital skills and access today’s job market. The campaign has been launched under the European Commission’s Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs, a multi-stakeholder partnership to address the shortfall in eSkills among Europeans and encourage people to fully exploit the potential employment opportunities that ICT provides.

eSkills for Jobs 2015 comprises hundreds of national and European level events as well as skills competitions, social media marketing and lobbying. Key targets groups are young people, unemployed people, ICT practitioners, enterprises (in particular SMEs) as well as business leaders and policy makers.

eSkills for Jobs 2015 is coordinated on behalf of the European Commission by:

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Project duration: 01 Jan 2015 to 31 Dec 2015
Project funded by DG Enterprise
Project type: International Project
Eligible countries: EU28 Countries
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Cláudia Silva

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