NoPublisherResource type Max 20 words Narrative Description of the DocumentUrl of the resourse landing to offical page of publicationLanguage
1Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)The future of education and skills“Skills for a Digital World: 2018 OECD Future of Education and Skills 2030 Framework” by the OECDLink English
2European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP)Skills forecast: trends and challenges to 2030Skills forecasting makes a useful contribution to decisions by policy-makers, experts and individuals. In this publication, Cedefop presents the latest results of skill supply and demand forecasts.Link English
3World Economic Forum Future of Jobs Report This report by the World Economic Forum provides analysis and data on the changing nature of work and the skills needed for the jobs of the future. It includes insights into emerging trends such as artificial intelligence, automation, and the gig economy.Link English
4Czech Ministry of LaborRequalificationVideo providing the information about possibilities of requalifications, upskilling through paid work-based educationLink Czech with English subtitles

Proč soft skills nabývají na významu a jak je prodat?

Why are soft skills becoming more important and how to sell them?

Důležitost měkkých dovedností pro zaměstnavatele, jak je umět prodat.

The importance of soft skills for employers and how to sell them best.

Link Czech

Roztáhněte křídla. Máme tipy pro individuální i kolektivní posílení vaší kreativity.

Spread your wings. We have tips for boosting your creativity individually and collectively

Opportunities to enhance individual and group creativity and examples of good practice.Link Czech

Národní pedagogický institut / Národní centrum Europass

National Institute of Education / Europass national centre

Jaké dovednosti budou v budoucnu potřeba?

What skills will be needed in the future?

Přehled nejžádanějších dovedností a jak se mění trh práce.

An overview of the most in-demand skills and how the labour market is changing.

Link Czech

Národní pedagogický institut / Národní centrum Europass

National Institute of Education / Europass national centre



Definice, přehled dovedností, které podnikavost vyžaduje a možnosti posílení podnikavosti

A definition, an overview of the skills that entrepreneurship requires and ways to strengthen entrepreneurship

Link Czech

Národní pedagogický institut / Národní centrum Europass

National Institute of Education / Europass national centre

Digitální dovednosti

Digital skills

Definice, přehled dovedností, sebehodnocení úrovně dovedností a možnosti jejich posílení.

Definition, overview of skills, self-assessment and how to strengthen them.

Link Czech

Český statistický úřad

Czech statistical office

Analýza  – digitální dovednosti v roce 2021

Analysis – digital skills in 2021

Analýza využívání různých digitálních dovedností dle různých faktorů (věku, zaměstnání) v ČR i v EU.

Analysis of the use of different digital skills according to different factors (age, occupation) in the Czech Republic and the EU

Link Czech

Které dovednosti vám v budoucnu zajistí práci?

Which skills will get you a job in the future?

Článek o nové éře digitalizace a robotizace, jak se změní požadavky na měkké a tvrdé dovednosti a jaké budou nejžádanější.

An article on the new era of digitalisation and robotics, how the requirements for soft and hard skills will change and what will be the most in demand.

Link Czech
12EurofoundQuality of Work IndexThis report by Eurofound provides an analysis of the quality of work in Europe, including job satisfaction, work-life balance, and job security. It also covers topics such as working conditions, skill development, and work organization.Link English
13McKinsey Global InstituteThe Future of Work in EuropeThis report by McKinsey Global Institute provides an analysis of the changing nature of work in Europe and the implications for the labor market. It includes insights into emerging trends such as automation, artificial intelligence, and the gig economy, and provides recommendations for policy makers, employers, and individualsLink English
14European Commission Skills Agenda for EuropeThis initiative by the European Commission aims to promote skills development and training across Europe and address skills shortages in key sectors. The website provides information on skills initiatives, funding opportunities, and best practicesLink English
15European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP)European Skills IndexThis report by CEDEFOP provides an analysis of the performance of European countries in terms of skills development and utilization, based on indicators such as educational attainment, employment rates, and skills mismatch. It also provides insights into the policy measures that can improve skills developmentLink English
16IGIER-Bocconi University“Unemployment and Skill Mismatch in the Italian Labor Market”The research project aims at investigating the roots and consequences of skill mismatch in the Italian labor market.Link English
17OECDOECD Skills Strategy Diagnostic Report ItalyThis document as well as any data and map included herein are without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and boundaries and to the name of any territory, city or area.Link English
18European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP)Key competences in vocational education and training (VET)KEY COMPETENCES IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN ITALYLink English
19Osservatorio Giovani dell’Istituto TonioloGIOVANI E SOFT SKILL
YOUTH AND SOFT SKILLS BETWEEN SCHOOL AND WORK- Survey promoted by McDonald’s Italy together  with the Toniolo Institute’s Youth ObservatoryLink Italian
20Università Cattolica di Milano

Alternanza scuola-lavoro e sviluppo delle soft skills: un’indagine sulle attese dichiarate dai giovani

School-to-work alternation and the development of soft skills: a survey of the expectations declared by young people

The paper focuses on the soft skills that may be developed with the attendance of school-work alternation programs.Link Italian
21Deloitte“Global Human Capital Trends”Deloitte’s annual report  provides an overview of  the current trends  shaping the future of  work. It covers topics  like employee experience, leadership, digital  transformation, and the evolving role of HR.Link English
22PwC“Workforce of the Future: The Competing Forces Shaping 2030”This PwC report discusses  the forces shaping the  workforce of the future  and highlights the importance of adapting to technological advancements. It provides insights into the skills, jobs, and talent  strategies that will be critical in the coming years.Link English
23Harvard Business Publishing5 Key Human Skills to Thrive in the Future Digital WorkplaceThis article from Harvard Business Review explores the human skills and capabilities that will be valuable in the future of work. It emphasizes the importance of skills like creativity, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and adaptability.Link English
24World Bank “The Changing Nature of Work”The World Bank’s report examines the evolving nature of work, focusing on the impact of technological advancements, globalization, and demographic changes. It addresses issues such as labor market polarization, gig work, and skills development.Link English
25MIT Sloan Management Review“The New Leadership Playbook for the Digital Age”This article highlights the changing role of leaders in the digital age. It discusses the skills and competencies leaders need to navigate digital transformation, lead remote teams, and foster innovation in the workforce.Link English
26LinkedInTop 10 Most In-Demand Skills For The Next 10 YearsLinkedIn Learning’s report identifies the top skills that will be in demand in the next 10 years. It provides insights into the specific skills that are going to be in high demand.Link English
27BCG Henderson Institute“The New Freelancers”This report explores the rise of freelancers and independent workers in the labor market. It examines the motivations, challenges, and opportunities for freelancers, as well as the implications for organizations and the workforce as a whole.Link English
28McKinsey Global Institute “Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: Workforce Transitions in a Time of Automation”This comprehensive report analyzes the potential impact of automation on the workforce. It examines which jobs are susceptible to automation, the skills that will be in demand, and the workforce transitions that will occur as a result.Link English
29Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)“The Future of Work”The OECD’s report on the future of work examines key trends, challenges, and policy implications for the labor market. It addresses topics such as technological advancements, globalization, and the changing nature of work.Link English
30United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) “Human Development Report 2020: The Next Frontier – Human Development and the Anthropocene”This report by UNDP explores the concept of human development in the context of the Anthropocene era, where human activities significantly impact the Earth’s ecosystems. It addresses the challenges and opportunities for human development in the face of environmental changes.Link English
31World Bank“World Development Report 2019: The Changing Nature of Work”The World Bank’s report examines how the nature of work is evolving due to technological advancements, demographic shifts, and globalization. It discusses policy implications and strategies to promote inclusive and sustainable economic development.Link English
32International Labour Organization (ILO)“World Employment and Social Outlook 2021: The role of digital labor platforms in transforming the world of work”This ILO report focuses on the growing role of digital labor platforms in shaping the world of work. It analyzes the impact of platform work on workers, businesses, and society, highlighting the opportunities and challenges it presents.Link English
33Stanford University“Preparing for the Future of Work”Stanford University’s research initiative on the future of work investigates various aspects of work, including automation, gig work, workforce diversity, and organizational behavior. It aims to provide insights for policymakers, businesses, and individuals.Link English
34RAND Corporation“The Future of Work: What It Means for Individuals, Businesses, Markets, and Governments”This RAND Corporation report examines the future of work and its implications for individuals, businesses, markets, and governments. It covers topics such as automation, job polarization, income inequality, and policy responses.Link English
35Springer LinkReskilling and Upskilling the Future-ready Workforce for Industry 4.0 and BeyondBy transforming the workforce and facilitating greater access to new skills and knowledge, Industry 4.0 is altering manufacturing processes and having a significant impact on globalization. According to the World Economic Forum, the adoption of new technologies will need retraining for 50% of all workers by 2025. Over two-thirds of the abilities that are necessary in today’s work needs will change in five years.Link English
36Institute for the Future“Future Work Skills 2020”The Future Work Skills report identifies the essential skills that individuals and organizations will need to thrive in the future. It highlights critical thinking, collaboration, adaptability, and digital literacy, among other key skills.Link English
37European Commission“Skills Panorama”The European Commission’s Skills Panorama is an online platform providing information and analysis on skill needs, trends, and mismatches in the labor market. It offers valuable insights for policymakers, researchers, and individuals seeking to navigate the job market.Link English
38Oxford Martin School“The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerization?”This study from the Oxford Martin School assesses the vulnerability of various jobs to computerization and automation. It provides insights into the potential impact of technology on different occupations and industries.Link English
39World Economic Forum“The Global Competitiveness Report 2020”The Global Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum assesses the competitiveness of economies worldwide. It analyzes factors such as infrastructure, institutions, human capital, innovation, and labor market efficiency, offering insights into global economic trends.Link English
40Harvard Business Review“Building the Agile Workforce”This collection of articles from Harvard Business Review explores the concept of an agile workforce. It discusses strategies for building flexible, adaptable, and resilient teams to thrive in an evolving business environment.Link English
41World Economic Forum“The Jobs of Tomorrow: Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy”This report by the World Economic Forum examines the jobs of the future and maps the emerging opportunities in the new economy. It highlights the skills, industries, and sectors that are likely to experience growth and transformation.Link English
42Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)“Skills Outlook 2021: Learning for Life”The OECD’s Skills Outlook 2021 report focuses on lifelong learning and the importance of acquiring new skills throughout one’s career. It provides insights into the role of education and training in fostering employability and productivity.Link English
43Deloitte“The Rise of the Social Enterprise”Deloitte’s report explores the rise of social enterprises and their impact on the future of work. It highlights the increasing focus on social and environmental goals, and the role of organizations in driving positive societal change.Link English
44World Bank“Digital Dividends”The World Bank’s report examines the impact of digital technologies on the economy and society. It discusses the potential benefits, challenges, and policies required to bridge the digital divide and harness the transformative power of digitalization.Link English
45Stanford University“The AI Index”The AI Index is an initiative by Stanford University that tracks and measures the progress of artificial intelligence (AI) research, development, and adoption. It provides insights into AI’s impact on the economy, labor market, and society.Link English
46International Monetary Fund (IMF)“Women, Work, and the Economy: Macroeconomic Gains from Gender Equity”This IMF report highlights the macroeconomic benefits of gender equity in the labor market. It examines the economic implications of reducing gender gaps and presents policy recommendations to promote gender equality.Link English
47Pew Research Center “Automation in Everyday Life”Pew Research Center’s report explores public attitudes and perceptions towards automation in various aspects of everyday life. It examines people’s views on the impact of automation on jobs, skills, and society.Link English
48Harvard Business Review“Building the AI-Powered Organization”This Harvard Business Review article discusses how organizations can effectively harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI). It explores the strategies, capabilities, and organizational structures needed to build an AI-powered organization.Link English
49McKinsey Global Institute“The Future of Women at Work: Transitions in the Age of Automation”This McKinsey report focuses on the future of women in the workforce amidst automation. It examines potential challenges and opportunities for women’s employment and provides recommendations to ensure inclusive and equitable outcomes.Link English
50United Nations“World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2022”The United Nations’ report provides an overview of global employment trends, including unemployment rates, income inequality, and social challenges. It offers insights into the labor market dynamics and their social implications.Link English
51The World BankWord Development ReportThe World Development Report concludes that overall, the concern that machines will displace people from their occupations has dominated the conversation about the future of employment. Technology advancement continuously reshapes the nature of work. Markets grow, businesses embrace new methods of manufacturing, and society progress.Link English
52Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)“The Productivity-Inclusiveness Nexus”This OECD report examines the relationship between productivity and inclusiveness in the labor market. It explores how policies and practices that promote productivity growth can also contribute to greater inclusiveness and reduce inequality.Link English
53United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)“Human Development Report 2021: The Social Fabric”This UNDP report focuses on the social dimensions of human development. It discusses social policies, institutions, and the importance of social cohesion in fostering inclusive and sustainable development.Link English
54World Economic Forum“The Global Gender Gap Report 2022”This report by the World Economic Forum assesses global gender equality across various indicators. It examines gender gaps in economic participation, education, health, and political empowerment, providing insights into progress and challenges.Link English
55McKinsey Global Institute “The Future of Work After COVID-19”This McKinsey report analyzes the lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world of work. It explores remote work, digital transformation, and workforce dynamics in the post-pandemic era.Link English
56Harvard Business ReviewTo Make Hybrid Work, Solicit Employees’ InputThe Hybrid Workforce collection by Harvard Business Review examines the shift towards hybrid work models, where employees combine remote and in-person work. It explores strategies for managing this new way of working effectively.Link English
57Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)NEW FORMS OF WORK IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMYThis paper was written as a contribution to Panel 4.1 “New Market and New Jobs” of the OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Digital Economy, held in Cancun, Mexico, from June 21–23, 2016. It offers fresh data on how online platform markets are growing, addresses the opportunities and difficulties of new kinds of work in platform service markets, the evolution of non-standard labor in OECD nations, and policy concerns around new forms of work.Link English
58Public Governance InternationalThe Future of Work in the Digital Age:
Understanding the Impact of
Technological Change on Work
PGI explores the impact of digitalization on work and employment. It discusses how technology is reshaping job requirements, skills, and the organization of work in the digital age.Link English
This report by the World Economic Forum explores the future of skills and employment in the year 2030. It highlights the skills that will be in demand and provides insights into the reskilling and upskilling needs of the workforce.Link English
60European Commission “Skills for Industry Strategy”The Skills for Industry Strategy by the European Commission outlines the strategy for developing and upskilling the European workforce to meet the needs of the industry. It focuses on key skills required for innovation and competitiveness.Link English
61Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)“Going Digital: Shaping Policies, Improving Lives”This OECD report focuses on the digital transformation and its impact on policies and society. It explores the challenges and opportunities of the digital era, including the changing nature of work and skills needed for the future.Link English
62Gallup“State of the Global Workplace Report”Gallup’s report offers insights into the state of the global workplace. It examines employee engagement, well-being, and productivity across different regions and provides recommendations for organizations to improve workplace dynamics.Link English
63EurofoundWorking conditions and sustainable workEurofound’s report examines the future of work and the concept of sustainable work. It explores trends such as digitalization, automation, and work-life balance, aiming to promote inclusive, fair, and sustainable work environments.Link English
64International Monetary Fund (IMF)World Economic OutlookThe World Economic Outlook by the IMF provides an assessment of the global economic landscape. It examines trends, risks, and policy challenges, offering insights into the outlook for employment, growth, and financial stability.Link English
65ILOEducation and training for rapidly evolving labour marketsNew issues in limiting the applicability of prior education and training are brought on by automation, digitalization, and new technologies.Link English
66CompTIAWORKFORCE AND LEARNING TRENDS 2023The pandemic’s peak appears to be in the rearview mirror, but a “new normal” has not yet materialized, including—and probably especially—in the way we go about our jobs. The news is still dominated by reports of deserted downtown office buildings, despite the fact that several well-known CEOs have announced the end of remote work and insisted that their staff members return to a centralized office. Even if the labor market is still historically healthy, recession fears nevertheless exist.Link English
67LinkedIn Learning2023 Workplace Learning ReportAgility fosters a person’s professional development and relevance. Agility for organizations is the capacity to endure and prosper despite adverse economic conditions.
Agility is nothing but ongoing learning, right? Learning leaders are collaborating with HR leaders to ensure that everyone gets the resources, career routes, and skills necessary to succeed in order to create a resilient and adaptable future.
Link English
68International Labour Organization (ILO)Assessing the current state of the global labour market: Implications for achieving the Global GoalsExamining the issues the report confronts as the global economy recovers from the COVID-19 epidemic while being hampered by growing prices, supply chain disruptions, and the conflict in Ukraine, we examine the health of the global labor market in light of the SDGs.Link English
69Gartner9 Future of Work Trends For 2023As we are in the third year since the emergence of COVID-19, the virus has demonstrated a persistent effect on the future of work. Organizations will encounter unprecedented problems in 2023 as a result of a competitive talent market, a worn-out workforce, and cost-cutting demands. When establishing strategic workforce and personnel goals for your firm, it is crucial to address the nine trends listed below.Link English
70European CommissionThe Danube Region Monitor: Exploring Education & Labour Market TrendsWhat impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on the Danube Region’s educational and labor markets? This is one of the issues that the most recent Danube Region Monitor – People & Skills update looks into. In order to examine national and regional developments, the report analyzes important data variables, such as unemployment and educational attainment rates.Link English
71UNESCO5th global report on adult learning and education5th global report on adult learning and education: citizenship education: empowering adults for changeLinkEnglish
72World Economic ForumThe Future of Jobs Report
The top skills and skill groups that employers see as rising in prominence in the lead-up to 2025 include groups such as critical thinking and analysis as well as problem-solving, and skills in self-management such as active learning, resilience, stress tolerance, and flexibility.
The report revealed the top 15 skills for 2025, rating mainly soft skills as crucial for coming years in the labor market per se.
Link English
73Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)OECD Future of
Education and Skills 2030
Social and emotional skills, such as empathy and respect for others, are becoming essential as classrooms and workplaces become more diverse.Link English
74Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)Learning Compass 2030The OECD Learning Compass 2030 is an evolving learning framework that sets out an aspirational vision for the future of education. It provides points of orientation towards the future we want: individual and collective well-being.Link English
75Blog by Corissa PetersonBest Soft Skills for Your Resume: List & 100+ Examples for 2023Achieving your career goals is about more than just having the right technical skills. Soft skills like interpersonal skills and communication skills are essential in the workplace. Find out how to showcase soft skills on your resume with our list and examples below.Link English
76Erasmus + Project “ VET_GPS – Guiding tools for Professional Skills development in VET”Soft skills self-assessment tool
to assess soft skills, really useful resourceLink English
77The Training BoxCommunication Skills TestHow good a communicator are you? Take our interactive questionnaire to find out how you currently rate as a communicator.Link English
78Erasmus + Project “ VET_GPS – Guiding tools for Professional Skills development in VET”Traing material “Development of trainees’ soft skills in classes”addressed to VET trainers, providing guidelines and activities fostering the development and reinforcement of VET trainee’s soft skills.Link English
79Erasmus + Project “ VET_GPS – Guiding tools for Professional Skills development in VET”Training material “- Professional Guidance and Coaching of Trainees” tools and materials to support and guide trainees in the self-assessment and
development of their soft skills
Link English
80Erasmus + Project STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP «Development of Interdisciplinary skills for cooperation and conflict management»study materials and tools (including a mobile application) for students and teachers for SOFT SKILLSThe main aim of the project is to develop and implement innovative practices, elaboration of interdisciplinary study materials and tools (including a mobile application) for students and teachers of different faculties.LinkEnglish
81SKOLA 2030 InitiativeKā attīstīt
caurviju prasmes?
Metodiskais līdzeklis skolotājiem
Material for teachers how to develop soft skills at schoolLink Latvian
82Erasmus + project “Playing 4 Soft Skills”Projekta “Playing for Soft Skills” metodiskie materiāli/
Methodological materials
the board game “General skills Tree” ;
the game’s methodological tool “General skills methodology”, which will provide in-depth guidance to educators on the use of playing elements in education;
the soft skills training App app for free.
Link Latvian
83Erasmus + project “Playing 4 Soft Skills”Project main products for soft skill assessmentSoft Skills Evaluation Report;
Soft Skills Game Manual;
ISoft Skills Training Notebook;
Soft Skills Training App
Link English
84Cabinet of Ministers, LatviaPar Izglītības attīstības pamatnostādņu 2021.–2027. gadam “Nākotnes prasmes nākotnes sabiedrībai” rīcības plānu 2021.–2023. gadam”On the Education Development Guidelines 2021-2027 “future skills for the society of the future” Action Plan 2021-2023 ”Link Latvian
85Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)OECD Skills Strategy Implementation Guidance for Latvia: Developing Latvia’s Education Development Guidelines 2021-2027Recommendations for implementation of the skills Strategy of the OECD Latvia. Preparation of the Education Development Guidelines of Latvia for 2021-2027Link Latvian
86Latvia Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional DevelopmentLatvijas Digitālās transformācijas pamatnostādnes 2021.-2027. gadamThe Digital Transformation Guidelines 2021-2027 are a medium-term policy planning document that defines Latvia’s Digital Transformation (information society Development) policyLink Latvian

Ευρωπαϊκό Συμβούλιο

Council of Europe

Διαπολιτισμικές δεξιότητες για όλους

Intercultural skills for all

Έκδοση σχετική με την τρέχουσα κατάσταση των εργασιών που πραγματοποιούνται όσον αφορά στην ανάπτυξη των διαπολιτισμικών δεξιοτήτων σε όλους τους πολίτες της Ευρώπης.

Publication related to the current state of the work being carried out regarding the development of intercultural skills in all citizens of Europe.

Link Greek

“Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή, ΓΔ Επιχειρήσεων και Βιομηχανίας

European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry”

“Ψηφιακές δεξιότητες: Η διεθνής διάσταση και η επίδραση της παγκοσμιοποίησης

Digital skills: The international dimension and the impact of globalization”

Έκδοση που τονίζει τα κύρια ευρήματα και συμπεράσματα της διεθνούς διάστασης των ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων και την επίδραση της παγκοσμιοποίησης στην ψηφιακή απασχόληση στην Ευρώπη και παρέχει έγκαιρα αναλυτικά στοιχεία και συγκεκριμένες και φιλόδοξες προτάσεις.

A publication that highlights the main findings and conclusions of the international dimension of digital skills and the impact of globalization on digital employment in Europe and provides timely insights and concrete and ambitious proposals.

Link Greek

Ινστιτούτο Μικρών Επιχειρήσεων Γενικής Συνομοσπονδίας Επαγγελματιών, Βιοτεχνών Εμπόρων Ελλάδας

Small Business Institute of the General Confederation of Professionals, Craft Merchants of Greece

Τάσεις και ανάγκες δεξιοτήτων στη δημιουργική και πολιτιστική βιομηχανία: Η περίπτωση του οπτικοακουστικού τομέα και των ζωντανών παραστάσεων. Προτάσεις πολιτικής για Βουλγαρία, Ελλάδα, Ρουμανία και Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο.

Skills trends and needs in the creative and cultural industries: The case of audiovisual and live performance. Policy proposals for Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and the United Kingdom

Εκθεση αποτελεσμάτων της έρευνας που πραγματοποιήθηκε για τις τάσεις και ανάγκες τόσο των επιχειρηματικών, όσο και των ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων στους υποτομείς των Οπτικοακουστικών μέσων (Audio Visual) και των Ζωντανών παραστάσεων (Live Performances). Η έρευνα αποτελεί μέρος του έργου με τίτλο «Live Skills», το οποίο χρηματοδοτείται από το Εrasmus + το Πρόγραμμα SSA (Τομεακές Συμμαχίες Δεξιοτήτων).

Report of the results of the research carried out on the trends and needs of both business and digital skills in the sub-sectors of Audio Visual and Live Performances. The research is part of the project entitled “”Live Skills””, which is funded by Erasmus + the SSA Program (Sectoral Skills Alliances).

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Εθνικός Οργανισμός Πιστοποίησης Προσόντων και Επαγγελματικού Προσανατολισμού

National Organization for the Certification of Qualifications and Professional Guidance

Βασικές δεξιότητες και πώς να τις αναδείξεις

Key skills and how to bring them out

Αναλυτικός κατάλογος με βασικές δεξιότητες προσανατολισμένες στην εργασιακή ζωή με πλήθος παραδειγμάτων και συμβουλών.

Detailed list of essential skills oriented towards working life with lots of examples and advices. 

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Υπουργείο Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης – Γενική Γραμματεία Πληροφοριακών Συστημάτων και Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης

Ministry of Digital Governance – General Secretariat of Information Systems and Digital Governance

Οι ψηφιακές δεξιότητες απαιτούν ολιστική αντίληψη

Digital skills require a holistic approach

Ανάλυση σχετικά με τις ψηφιακές δεξιότητες που δεν συνιστούν μια απλή προσθήκη γνώσης για τους εργαζόμενους αλλά μια συμπεριληπτική πλατφόρμα, που τοποθετεί το ανθρώπινο δυναμικό στην αιχμή του δόρατος για τον παραγωγικό μετασχηματισμό της ελληνικής κοινωνίας και οικονομίας.

Analysis about digital skills that do not constitute a simple addition of knowledge for employees but an inclusive platform, which places human resources at the forefront of the productive transformation of Greek society and economy.

Link Greek

Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή, Υπουργείο Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης, Γενική Γραμματεία Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης και Απλούστευσης Διαδικασιών

European Commission, Ministry of Digital Governance, General Secretariat for Digital Governance and Simplification of Procedures

DigComp 2.2: To ευρωπαϊκό πλαίσιο για την ψηφιακή ικανότητα των πολιτών.

DigComp 2.2: The European framework for citizens’ digital competence.

Μετάφραση και απόδοση στα ελληνικά του επικαιροποιημένου πλαισίου αναφοράς το οποίο παρέχει περισσότερα από 250 νέα παραδείγματα γνώσεων, δεξιοτήτων και στάσεων που βοηθούν τους πολίτες να αξιοποιήσουν με αυτοπεποίθηση, κριτική ικανότητα και ασφάλεια τις ψηφιακές τεχνολογίες. Στην νέα του έκδοση του DigComp 2.2. συμπεριλαμβάνονται και οι νέες και αναδυόμενες τεχνολογίες, όπως τα συστήματα τεχνητής νοημοσύνης.

Translation and rendering into Greek of the updated reference framework which provides more than 250 new examples of knowledge, skills and attitudes that help citizens to use digital technologies with confidence, critical thinking and safety. In its new version of DigComp 2.2. new and emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence systems are also included.

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Υιοθέτηση των ΤΠΕ και ψηφιακή ανάπτυξη στην Ελλάδα

Adoption of ICT and digital development in Greece

Μελέτη που στοχεύει στο να προσδιορίσει προσδιορίσει τους βασικούς τομείς στους οποίους πρέπει να δοθεί προτεραιότητα για την υιοθέτηση των ΤΠΕ από τις επιχειρήσεις, τους πολίτες και τον δημόσιο τομέα στην Ελλάδα.

A study that aims to identify the key areas that should be prioritized for the adoption of ICT by businesses, citizens and the public sector in Greece.

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94New York College – The International College of Greece

Δεξιότητες που απαιτούνται για τις επιχειρήσεις του μέλλοντος. Ο ρόλος της τριτοβάθμιας εκπαίδευσης.

Skills required for the businesses of the future. The role of higher education.

Αρθρο που παρέχει μια επισκόπηση της σημασίας της ανάπτυξης δεξιοτήτων και του πώς η εκπαίδευση σε πανεπιστημιακό επίπεδο μπορεί να συμβάλει στην προετοιμασία των μελλοντικών εργαζομένων για τις απαιτήσεις του επιχειρηματικού περιβάλλοντος.

Article providing an overview of the importance of skills development and how university-level education can help prepare future workers for the demands of the business environment.

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Υπουργείο Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης

Ministry of Digital Governance

Εθνική Ακαδημία Ψηφιακών Ικανοτήτων

National Academy of Digital Skills

Μία πρωτοβουλία του Υπουργείου Ψηφιακής Διακυβέρνησης να αναπτύξει και να συγκεντρώσει εκπαιδευτικό περιεχόμενο, σε ένα σημείο εισόδου, στοχεύοντας στην ανάπτυξη των ψηφιακών δεξιοτήτων όλων των επιπέδων των πολιτών. Στην Εθνική Ακαδημία Ψηφιακών Ικανοτήτων ο πολίτης μπορεί να βρει μαθήματα που θα καλύπτουν τις προσωπικές του ανάγκες και θα συμβάλλουν στη διαμόρφωση του επαγγελματικού του προφίλ ώστε να ανταποκρίνεται στις απαιτήσεις της ψηφιακής εποχή.

An initiative of the Ministry of Digital Governance to develop and gather educational content, in one entry point, aiming to develop the digital skills of all levels of citizens. At the National Academy of Digital Skills, citizens can find courses that will meet their personal needs and help shape their professional profile to meet the demands of the digital age.

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