The Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) is a non-profit organisation seeking to improve and promote a high standard among informatics professionals in recognition of the impact that Informatics has on employment, business and society.CEPIS represents 35 Member Societies in 32 countries across greater Europe.
CEPIS supports the call for action launched by the European Commission to bridge the digital skills gap and increase the number of ICT practitioners by 2015. CEPIS is among the first actors committing to act in support of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs and ensure that Europeans are equipped with the right skills to enter digital careers. More about CEPIS Pledge for the Grand Coalition
The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark is a free, online interactive tool that enables current and future ICT professionals to identify the competences they need for various ICT roles and career paths. The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark is available throughout Europe and beyond, it is powered by the European e-Competence Framework and supports the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs. More on the CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark
The final report of the e-Skills & ICT Professionalism project to support the development of a European Framework for ICT Professionalism is now available, along with an executive summary brochure and a short video. The report describes the imperative to mature the profession and provides key recommendations for establishing the ICT Profession in Europe. Read more
The ICT sector is one of the most dynamic and exciting sectors to work in. Many ICT skills are highly specialised, however all ICT professionals should be competent in a range of end-user skills. Take this simple quiz to learn more about end-user skills for ICT careers. Take the quiz
50(13) CEPIS Spring Council Draft Minutes and Presentations Now Available
The 50(13) CEPIS Council Draft minutes, presentati...
European e-Competence Framework to Become a European Standard
The CEN Workshop on ICT Skills agreed to put forwa...