On November, 5th, European Commission published its 2020 call for proposals for the Erasmus+ programme. 2020 is the last year of the current European Union programme for mobility and cooperation in education, training, youth and sport. The expected budget of over €3 billion, an increase of 12% compared to 2019, will provide even more opportunities for young Europeans to study, train or gain professional experience abroad. As part of the 2020 call for proposals, the Commission will launch a second pilot on European Universities. Moreover, the EU aims to create 35,000 opportunities for African students and staff to participate in the programme as part of the Africa-Europe Alliance for Sustainable Investment and Jobs.Read more
In 2017, 43 % of the EU population had an insufficient level of digital skills and major disparities still remain between Member States regarding the acquisition of digital skill among the labour force.
The European Social Fund (ESF) has been used to tackle digital skills deficit throughout Europe in the current programming period (2014-2020) by supporting projects aiming at fostering digital skills among citizens.
The paper variant of the main motivational and personal development tool is out of print.
FPC Ltd has made two videos to promote the project CODE - COMPETENCE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIGITAL EMPLOYMENT.Read more
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