FUTURE DIGITAL SKILLS AND INDUSTRIES

Within Europe, it is estimated that the level of digitalisation is only at 12% of its potential, this is compared to 18% for the frontier leader, the United States. This indicates that the digital revolution has only just begun, however, digitalisation has not happened evenly either across sectors nor nations, indicating that even greater disruption is in store.

DEMAND FOR TRAINING

90% of jobs are expected to require some kind of digital competence in the near future.

Live Project

The aim of this study is to provide the European Commission with a set of blueprints for the replication and scaling of training programmes that meet the needs of SMEs and unemployed people in accessing digital skills.

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Framework and Research

Development of a framework that will enable regional comparisons using quantifiable indicators that relate to their social, economic and skills characteristics.

Overview of Project

The aim of this study is to provide the European Commission with a set of blueprints for the replication and scaling of training programmes that meet the needs of SMEs and unemployed people in accessing digital skills.

Management Structure

BLUSPECS INNOVATION – LEAD PARTNER

CIVITTA – REGIONAL PARTNER

UPCT – TRAINING LEAD

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