Digital Skills & Jobs Coalition




European Commission




Digital
Skills EU




ICS
Foundation


The Irish Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition was launched on 27th April, 2017. It is a multi-stakeholder partnership focussed on tackling the digital skills shortage and on upskilling everybody to take advantage of the digital economy and society. Representatives of academia, all education sectors, industry, the public service, the not-for-profit sector have come together to ensure that Ireland joins in the European effort to leverage the rewards of digitisation.

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Register for Conference on Impact of IT Professionalism on the European Economy

The rapid and ever-progressing advancement of technology along with the current IT skills gap has been presenting one of the biggest challenges to both private and public sector organisations throughout Europe, with a huge impact on the European economy. Therefore, the eSkills Malta Foundation, in collaboration with the European Commission, Capgemini, the Irish Computer Society and CEPIS, is organising a conference on the impact of IT Professionalism on the European economy on 14 June 2017 in Valletta, Malta. (more…)


Events

Jul
19
Meeting of Mirror Committee of CEN Technical Committee 428

on ICT Competence and Professionalism
3:30pm, July 19th, 2017, Irish Computer Society, 87/98 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge


Jul
05
Computer Science for the Irish Leaving Cert – Progress and Challenges

presentation and discussion of the NCCA draft syllabus
3:00pm, July 5th, 2017, in Dublin Castle, at the World Conference of Computers in Education


Jul
05
Learning with digital technologies is our future

Keynote address by Lord David Puttnam at the World Conference of Computers in Education (http://wcce2017.com/)
9:00am,July 5th, in Dublin Castle


Jul
05
Computer Science for the Irish Leaving Cert – Progress and Challenges

at the World Conference of Computers in Education


Jul
03
Irish Digital Coalition Steering Committee and Partner Meeting

at the World Conference of Computers in Education


87-89 Pembroke Road
Dublin 4
01 237 7799