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The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition addresses the challenges of the coronavirus crisis


The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition encourages National Coalitions and their members to identify and share good practices in meeting the growing demand for digital skills.

Throughout the current crisis precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic, the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition organises thematic webinars with the National Coalitions and their members. During these sessions, the participants share their challenges, solutions and experiences in response to the sudden need for digital skills among Europeans. These initiatives cover various topics surrounding the new context in which teachers, students, SME owners, employees, self-employed and citizens find themselves. Different initiatives and good practices identified and collected by the National Coalitions will be kept and updated on this page for sharing and replicating.

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The initiatives and good practices are divided in 4 groups:

  • Digital Skills for all

  • Digital skills for education

  • Digital skills for the labour force

  • Digital skills for ICT specialists

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Relevance to partnership: 
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