The results from the most recent research on "e-Skills in Europe", funded by the European Commission (DG Enterprise and Industry), indicate a potential for more than half a million unfilled new jobs for ICT practitioners by 2015 in Europe.The conclusion drawn was that Europe is on the right track but still a lot needs to be done especially at national Member State level to ensure that the knowledge, skills and competences of the European workforce meet the highest world standards and are constantly updated in a process of effective lifelong learning.
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We take the opportunity to remind you of the important conference "e-Skills International" which will take place on 26th March 2014 in Brussels. Online registration is open at: www.eskills2014.eu