LeADS CSA starts to bridge the advanced digital skills gap between industry and education in Europe

BDVA joins 8 consortium partners, to create a sustainable, dynamic and scalable ecosystem that fosters the exchange of good practices and support the digital transformation of the education sector at the European level by boosting innovation and expanding advanced skills capacities in the workforce and society.

Data Space for Skills kicked off to develop an open and trusted ecosystem for skills data sharing

BDVA and a consortium of 14 partners launched the Data Space for Skills (DS4Skills) project, led by DIGITALEUROPE. BDVA's key responsibility is the engagement of strategic stakeholders and the validation processes with them. BDVA will help to organise a series of 3 online workshops to have dialogues on the future of the data spaces for skills, and gather consensus around use cases and the blueprint developed by the project. BDVA also contributes to an online inventory of skills-related data.

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