Digital skills acquired through non-formal education boost youth employability (Telecentre-Europe's’s policy position) • ALL DIGITAL
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Digital skills acquired through non-formal education boost youth employability (Telecentre-Europe’s’s policy position)

15 Dec, 2015

This Telecentre Europe’s position paper addresses two pressing issues: the high levels of youth unemployment on one hand, and the low digital readiness of young people for the labour market on the other. It suggests that non-formal training providers (such as telecentres) have a key role in offering young people a range of alternative and flexible learning paths to acquire up-to-date digital skills. Telecentres can also play a role in helping young people gain their first work experience.

To download our policy position please click here.