The 2015 edition of the eSkills Manifesto, prepared by European Schoolnet and DIGITALEUROPE, has been just published.The publication coincides with the eSkills for jobs 2015 high level conference in Luxembourg which is hosted under the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union. A special guest today will be Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg.
Ali majored in arts but through a chance conversation found a new love in IT.
As a student at ELIS ICT Academy in Rome, Maria Jose Vallo earned her Cisco CCNA certification and developed the skills that employers seek in the connected economy.
More than a year after graduating in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Tunis, Anis Assali still had not found a job. He decided to move back to his home town of Le Kef where he spotted a gap in the market that gave him the opportunity to establish a business and create his own employment.
The development of the information society, the growing knowledge resources and the need to use them makes it imperative for people to familiarise themselves with ICT. The lack of digital skills prevents those people of getting the 21st century knowledge they need to be successful in their careers and to fully participate in the modern society.
Alexander Duncan's determination to succeed helped him excel in his studies and secure a great job, despite his learning disorder.
Nico found his dream job. He is an SAP Certified Application Associate at the IT Consulting Company Versino in Germany. He studied IT in Vienna (Austria) and at the same time attended practically oriented e-Learning courses from the multinational software corporation, SAP.