Winners and finalists will be selected in four award categories:
· Digital skills for all – developing digital skills to enable all citizens to be active in our digital society
· Digital skills for the labour force – developing digital skills for the digital economy, e.g. upskilling and reskilling workers, jobseekers; actions on career advice and guidance
· More and better trained ICT professionals in Europe – developing high level digital skills for ICT professionals in all industry sectors
· Digital skills in education – transforming teaching and learning of digital skills in a lifelong learning perspective, including the training of teachers
Winners and finalists will be invited to exhibit their project at the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition launching conference in Brussels on 1 December and will be featured by the European Commission in the media, website and newsletters.
Submit your stories by 30 October.
Submission and more information to be found here.
Good luck and spread the word about the competition!