What kind of jobs are there in the ICT industry?

What kind of jobs are there in the ICT industry?

This infographic made by Liberty Global together with Telecentre Europe addresses young Europeans, unemployed and job seekers. It aims at raising their awareness about the required digital skills in order to access ICT careers. See the infographic (mouse-over to enlarge / share) and find out more details on the addressed topics below: by b_willers.
Get Online Week 2014 to take place in March

Get Online Week 2014 to take place in March

Our well known campaign titled Get Online Week (GOW)  will take Europe this March 24-30th. Telecentre Europe is expecting around 5000 ICT learning centres – in 30 countries across Europe – to open their doors and support thousands of people to get ICT training, certification and/or access to digital jobs.  In 2014, the main focus of......
One hundred use the Skillage tool at Online Educa in Berlin

One hundred use the Skillage tool at Online Educa in Berlin

December 4 to 6th, 2013 Telecentre-Europe was present earlier this month at Online Educa in Berlin – the largest global conference on technology supported learning and training. The participation of Telecentre-Europe was twofold: to present Skillage, its online tool that helps users quickly assess their digital skills, and to disseminate its current Life-Long Learning project......
The Get Online Week Report is here!

The Get Online Week Report is here!

Today is the  World Information Society Day 2013 and to celebrate, Telecentre Europe is proud to publish the official Get Online Week Report. The focus of the Get Online Week (GOW) in 2013 ( March 18-24th) was on youth and, more precisely, on how to direct a greater number of young people towards digital qualifications and......
Get Online Week 2013 helps thousands of Europeans to overcome the e-skills gap

Get Online Week 2013 helps thousands of Europeans to overcome the e-skills gap

Nearly half of the European labour force (47%) [1] is not confident their computer and internet skills are sufficient in today’s labour market, while the demand for employees with ICT skills is growing considerably, by around 3% a year [2]. By 2015, 900.000 ICT job vacancies are forecasted to remain unfilled [3]. The Europe-wide Get......
Get Online Week 2013 – initial results

Get Online Week 2013 – initial results

Thousands of Europeans were digitally empowered during the Get Online Week campaign of Telecentre-Europe. Between 18 and 24 March 2013, more than 10.000 ICT learning centres, libraries & schools in 26 countries supported over 100.000 people in their online journeys. Telecentre-Europe is very pleased with the massive effort done by its partners during Get Online......
Get Online Week 2011

Get Online Week 2011

More than one hundred thousand Europeans were reached by telecentres in 30 European countries in the 2011 Get Online Week campaign. Neelie Kroes, the Vice President of the European Commission thanked telecentre staff, and hailed them ‘European heroes’.   » visit the news section of Get Online Week 2011
Get Online Day 2010

Get Online Day 2010

On the 4th of March 2010 Telecentre-Europe held the first ever European Get Online Day. What a day it turned out to be! More than 50.000 people were reached by the campaign on the day itself, in 42 European countries, and the online counter recorded a total number of 68.253 people during the whole of EC eSkills......