A new study highlights an urgent need to discover new fundamentals of cooperation between European policymakers, enterprises, higher education and the actors of the private education sector to be able to provide the needed quality workforce in the ICT sector. These findings come from start-up and leading coding school in Central Europe, ‘Codecool’.
The report proposes that national governments should continue to support institutions of higher education, which provide ICT specialists with broad and comprehensive knowledge, while they should also further invest in the private education sector to enhance the training and re-training of well-skilled junior professionals. Stakeholder companies could simultaneously support better integration of new professionals into the market, by involving them in company-specific trainings and real-life ICT projects during their education.
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