ICT is one of the areas with the biggest future job potential. Yet ICT related employment is much, much higher that just the ICT sector, as digital skills are needed for about 90% of jobs.
This page can help you boost your digital skills through online courses, webinars, self-assessment tests and much more. The majority of the resources that eSkills for jobs collected for you are intended for self-study, but teachers can also find some interesting material to develop the digital competences of their students.
Ever wondered if you have strong digital skills? You can easily see how you fare in terms of digital affluence by taking one of the self-assessment tools.
With technologies rapidly changing the work dynamics, we need to make sure we have the right skills and knowledge to thrive in the digital market. eSkills for Jobs has created a fine selection of exciting MOOCs intended for professionals across industries, young people who want to upgrade their skillset, and also MOOCs specifically designed for teachers. So if you are in search of a challenging online course to add skills to your profile, take a look at our suggestions below! Keep an eye on that section as we will be posting new online courses offers!
You can also find more interesting MOOCs in the eSkills repository section below.
To take the first steps on your eSkills journey, explore eSkills training and learning resources using the filters below.
David has been in I.T. and operations for over 20 years and found himself in this position through developing his expertise in the field.
About how he fell in love with computer science, why he likes being a Googler and what he enjoys about Google Zurich.
After working at Google for only a few months, Noah improved Google Search for iOS.
"The facilities at Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen are great: modern equipment, great breakfast, refreshing views of nature right outside my office," says Emilia, originally from Poland.
In just three years Marc's had the opportunity to impact over 11 million users across the various different projects he's been involved in.
"As a tester you have to be smart and creative, persistent and a good coder," says Manolis.
Kishore was able to secure an internship as part of his university degree, and afterwards was set on coming back as a graduate.
"My typical day is spent coding, even though before I started here I couldn’t code at all!" says recent graduate Steph.
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