Telecentre-Europe has partnered with Microsoft and Certiport to help young people achieve their dream of a career in IT. Microsoft offered Telecentre-Europe up to 2000 donated vouchers, redeemable for a Microsoft Technology Associate (“MTA”) Certification exam to be distributed across Europe to young peopele who are aspiring to start a...

An EU press release on the Digital Agenda annual scoreboard says nearly half of the European labour force (47%) is not confident their computer and internet skills are sufficient in this labour market. The figure comes from the latest Eurostat’s Community Survey on ICT Usage in Households and by Individuals, where...

On May 11, 2012, the Ministry of Justice of Georgia launched the “Computer Knowledge Society Initiative” (in Georgian, Google translate works nicely) to promote digital literacy and e-skills, with a focus on economic development. The first stage of the project will establish computer centers in 300 villages, to later...

During the month of April, Telecentre-Europe launched a contest among the national partners of Get Online Week 2012 for the best report of the organized activities. PH International of Russia came out as the absolute winner and wins the award of 2000€, followed by the partners in Latvia & Lithuania on equal footing...

After gathering all national partner campaign reports, Telecentre-Europe has now published the general campaign report for Get Online Week 2012. It is clear that technology and the internet is continuously changing and challenging us to become more engaged in society. The Get Online Week campaign exists because we don’t want...

As a part of the European Institutions Open Day on May 12, the European Commission opened the doors of its headquarters at the Berlaymont building in Brussels, Belgium. Telecentre-Europe – represented by its Belgian member organization Interface3 – was invited to take part in the booth devoted to ICT & digital...

As a result of the economic crisis, 24.5 million people (10% of the workforce) are unemployed in the EU today. In response, Commissioner Andor has launched a package of recommendations to boost the demand for workers and help people find jobs. E-skills and ICT are central in the plan, and...

Women represent less than 15% of IT professionals in Europe. How to overcome gender stereotypes that discourage girls to explore career paths in ICT? Telecentre-Europe’s Belgian member Interface3 has built a methodology that already reached 3120 students! At the Get Online Week 2012 launch event, Interface3 and Greenlight for girls led a...

Skillage is an online software application that helps young people to understand the more sophisticated ICT skills needed for the job market. Developed by Telecentre-Europe with the support of Microsoft, this youth assessment tool is now available in 20 European countries as a Beta online and will be promoted...

Telecentre-Europe, with support from Microsoft, is developing Skillage– an online software application that helps young people to understand the more sophisticated ICT skills they need for the job market in 2012. The tool is aimed at young people 16-24 in Europe. It will test and inform the users...

As part of the “Digital Agenda Going Local” exercice in Spain, an expert meeting took place in Sevilla, on the 1st of December 2011. The event was a big success and recognized the important role of telecentres in social innovation. A clear conclusion was the valuable work in the...

Exactly one year ago, on October 14th, 2010, Telecentre-Europe grew from an informal network of telecentre practitioners into a legal entity and became established as Telecentre-Europe AISBL – a Non-Profit International Association based in Brussels, Belgium. During its first year of activity, Telecentre-Europe AISBL has: » Elected a Management Board of 7 members...

This year again, the European Alliance on Skills for Employability and its members – Microsoft, Adecco and State Street – are launching the 2011 Skills for Employability Awards. This is the opportunity to celebrate outstanding and effective uses of ICT training and skills development adapted by...

  The pan-European All Digital Week  (originally called Get Online Week - GOW) is an annual digital inclusion and empowerment campaign that engages people to use technology and the Internet with confidence and skills that allow them to benefit from online opportunities. It is run at...

The aim of the event is to showcase a concrete example where digital skills are considered as transversal, or transferable across different work and life contexts. The example is TRANSVAL-EU, a European project which is looking at making transversal skills visible in validation and guidance...

ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022 strongly supports the implementation of specific actions of the Digital Education Action Plan 2021-27, with the main objective of enhancing digital skills and competences for the digital transformation. The 3rd week of the ALL DIGITAL Weeks campaign is focusing on promoting the...

The Week 2 Launch Event of  the ALL DIGITAL Weeks 2022 campaign will draw attention not only to the importance of digital literacy but also the value of certification. It will showcase what the Certiport partners and ALL DIGITAL members do together and provide information on...

The launch event is scheduled to take place on Monday 14th March 2022 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET online. The European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel will open the campaign delivering her keynote speech during the launch event . An insightful panel discussion will focus on...

Policy Event – Individual Learning Accounts and micro-credentials: Impact on Digital Competence Development Context On 10 December, the European Commission adopted two proposals for Recommendations by the Council of the European Union, one on Individual Learning Accounts (ILAs) and one on a European approach to micro-credentials. These...

TO WATCH THE EVENT, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN Europe needs digital skills to go beyond the Covid-19 pandemic, which has presented humanity with a huge challenge to our known infrastructures - education systems, healthcare provision, social support, businesses and community cohesion. Society is tired of it all,...

The event is organised within the All Digital Week 2021 campaign. SEE THE VIDEO BELOW Even before the Covid-19 crisis, online working was becoming vital. Now it is essential, and ALL DIGITAL, with its partners Stiftung Digitale Chancen, Simplon, and Fondazione Patrizio Paoletti have developed a curriculum...

Developing training methodologies and content for specific job profiles Presentation of "DevOps Competences for Smart Cities" (Smart-DevOps) case The event is organised within the All Digital Week 2021 campaign. TO WATCH THE RECORDING OF THE EVENT, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN The DevOps Competences for Smart Cities (Smart-DevOps) is an Erasmus+...

The event was organised within the All Digital Week 2021 campaign.   Do you agree that libraries should evolve to meet the current skills needs and to equip their staff and users with the skills relevant for today’s digital environment? Are you curious to learn about...

In the framework of the European Vocational Skills Week, a group of speakers from the world of VET will address the challenges posed to the sector by the increasing need for digitized training and training on digital skills. The event is part of DevOps Competences for...

On 7-8 October 2020, ALL DIGITAL organised its 13th annual summit ONLINE in collaboration with our German members Helliwood, JOBLINGE, and Digital Opportunities Foundation. ALL DIGITAL Summit 2020 was supported by the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy of the Federal Government of Germany, which has...

Date and time: 20 May 2020, 13:00-15:30 Why? This webinar is organized under the framework of the DevOps competences for Smart Cities (DevOps) project that addresses the shortage of digital and transferrable skills in the municipalities’ smart cities sector and will support this sector’s employees in their...

  The 11th edition of the digital inclusion and digital empowerment campaign ALL DIGITAL Week will take place in March-April 2020 with the focus events during the week of 23-29 March. Anybody can join by organising an event and putting it on the All Digital Week...

  A high-level event for policymakers, government, educators, and industry   >>Read the blogpost about Individual Learning accounts >>Watch the video Event details Date: 18th Feb 2020, 10h30 - 13h00 (Registration and coffee from 09h30) Location: NH Brussels Berlaymont, Bvd Charlemagne 11/19, Brussels, BE (Metro: Schuman) Format: A morning...

ALL DIGITAL Week has followed in the footsteps of the European Get Online Week as one of the major pan-European awareness raising campaigns on digital skills for inclusion and employment. It is run at digital competence centres, libraries, schools, community centres and non-for-profits across Europe,...

On 18-19 October 2018, ALL DIGITAL (formerly Telecentre-Europe) will organise its 11th annual summit under the title DIGITAL JOURNEY: FROM INCLUSION TO EMPOWERMENT. The event will be held in Brussels and co-hosted by our Belgian member MAKS vzw. The Summit will bring together ca. 150 leaders...

Editions: November, March, June Contact Person: Altheo Valentini Overview Entrepreneurship learning aims to foster in learners those personal qualities such as creativity, spirit of initiative and independence that contribute to the development of an entrepreneurial attitude, which will prove useful in personal life and in every working activity. This...

The PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY final conference will be held on 9 May 2018 in Brussels. In this event we will look at the digital skills needed in two interesting profiles for employment offering opportunities in the coming years: entrepreneur and ‘virtual worker’. By virtual worker we...