How to educate for software roles? What specific training can we deploy or build on? How to validate competences and skills? Join ESSA during the launch event of the Software Skills Strategy for Europe, on 10 February 2022, 10:00 – 11:30 CET, to find answers to all these questions and get real-world good practice examples.
Discover in exclusivity the European Software Skills Strategy and what perspectives it brings to skill, upskill, and reskill individuals into high demand professional software roles.
This event is great for people working in the field of education and training, but also organisations looking for insights on the European market’s demand and offer in software skills.
10:00-10:05 I Welcome and opening remarks
Marie Montaldo & José Usero, ESSA coordinator, DIGITALEUROPE
10:05-10:15 I Opening Keynote: Educating for jobs
Antonio Ranieri, Head of Department for VET and Skills, CEDEFOP
10:15-10:25 I Key soft and hard skills for software professionals today
Ines Gergorić, Senior Adviser, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia
10:25-10:50 I Discussion: Software Skills Strategy launch: How to align market needs and educational offer?
Moderated by: Jutta Breyer, Consultant, DIGITALEUROPE
Wanda Saabeel, Consultant, Irish Computer Society
10:50-11:10 I Good practices’ case studies & knowledge sharing session (with Q&As)
Revamping traditional ICT education with an agile SCRUM-based methodology
Gert van Hardeveld, Coach and teamlead, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and Co-founder, Ao-online
Cultivating employees’ skills and attracting young ICT talents
Davorin Kopič, Head of Data Science, Zemanta
11:10-11:25 I Announcement and closing remarks
Marie Montaldo, Project Communications Manager, DIGITALEUROPE
About the event
This event is organised by the European Software Skills Alliance. This is an EU-funded project coordinated by DIGITALEUROPE with the mission to skill, upskill, and reskill individuals into high demand software roles. With the Software Skills Strategy, we hope to bring forward innovative pathways to address the software skills mismatches and will develop educational profiles for VET and higher VET curricula in 2022.