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Joomla Festival 2016

Joomla Festival joins operators and experts for sharing experience, information and news about digital innovation and activities.

The Festival is a one-day free event taking place in Milan on the 1st October 2016. For more information visit http://joomlafestival.eu/en/evento/joomlafestival.html

29 September 2016

Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition - Boosting Europe's Digital Skills

On 1 December the European Commission launched the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, together with Member States, industry, social partners, NGOs and education providers, to continue develop a digital talent pool and ensure Europe’s growth and competitiveness.

 

7 December 2016

A reference scheme for ICT related vocational qualifications

One of the main difficulties for organisations in finding professionals with the right ICT related skills is the lack of standardisation in the learning outcomes of vocational education. Managers and HR-staff struggle to conclude what professionals are able of, based on the diplomas and certificates mentioned on a resume.

22 June 2016

The launch of Assintel Report 2016

The 2016 Assintel Report – the most authoritative report on the IT market in Italy – is going to be presented in two dedicated events to be held in Milan and in Rome on the 26 and the 27 October 2016:

http://www.assintel.it/evidenza/assintel-report-2016/

29 September 2016

Project Partners


The eCF Council consortium is composed of industry associations, social partners, Small-Medium sized Enterprises, public authorities, research centres, training institutions and certification bodies who joined forces and expertise to launch the “eCF Alliance”.

 

22 June 2016

A reference scheme for ICT related vocational qualifications

The ICT market is quickly evolving and ICT competences are increasingly less confined to ICT profiles only. In a recent survey conducted among almost 2000 Management Engineers, graduated in the last ten years at Politecnico di Milano, asking them in which domain of work are they working now, Information Systems comes first followed by three other domains strongly bound to ICT skills. At the same time, they perceive a lack of these skills training during their academic path.

28 June 2016

Building the ‘’eCF Alliance’’, to drive ICT professional up-skilling and pick up of employability


A European consortium composed of industry associations, social partners, Small-Medium sized Enterprises, public authorities, research centres, training institutions and certification bodies has joined forces to launch the “eCF Alliance”, the first EU Skills Alliance on ICT professionalism.

22 June 2016

Elements and acknowledgement of ICT Professionalism Transnational Framework

The rapid progress in the technology domain and massive proliferation of digital solutions in everyday life led to some of the heaviest socio-economic challenges today: environmental pollution, privacy, data security, media objectivity, consumer rights and quality of consumer products, moral and immoral attitudes in the business world, population aging, youth unemployment, criminality etc. Independent behavior and designed usability of complex information and communication systems affect our security, our economies, our environment and even our personal health. By all means, among the greatest ideas behind any technological and scientific advance is for its product, tools and mechanisms to serve as a bridge between a problem and its possible solutions.  (...)

22 June 2016

e-CF Multistakeholder partnership driving ICT professional up-skilling and pick up of employability


eCF Council: The EU alliance for ICT professionalism, kicks off in Milan

On December 14 and 15 in Milan (IT), a European consortium composed of industry associations, social partners, representation of Small-Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs), public authorities, training institutions and certification bodies, launched the “eCF Council”, the first EU Skills Alliance on ICT professionalism.

15 December 2015

Political background


The eCF COUNCIL aims to foster IT professionals’/ workers’ mobility across Europe and reduce the ICT Skills mismatch and shortage; contribute to a common frame of IT professionalism at European and international level; encourage dialogue between the social partners to facilitate transnational mobility and employment; and propose quality-based models for governance of the enlarged transnational partnerships.

22 June 2016