Six job profiles have been selected and trainings for those positions will start in September 2020. These roles are some of the most demanded jobs on the market at the moment as the demand is high than the supply:
- Digital Media Executive
- Software Tester
- Data Analyst
- Graphic Designer
- Junior Web Developer
- Customer Service Representative
An online employability profiling tool has been designed in order to help the women involved in the project to be directed towards the best digital job matching their personality and skills. On this platform, the women can register for a course and check their progress once the training will start. They can also view the training roadmaps developed for each job profile. They will be adaptable to the learning needs and lifestyle constraints of trainees and will facilitate an employer co-designed and customized learning plan.
If you are an employer, a community organization or a woman and you want to take part into the project, visit the ICS’s website and learn more on how you can get involved.
If you are an employer or a woman, download the toolkit from ICS’s website to learn how you can benefit from the project.
The project “Women4IT” is a multi-stakeholder partnership funded by the EEA Grants and the Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The project is supported by 9 Partners from across Europe and various sectors. It will be implemented in 7 countries and supported by two expert partners: The European Centre for Women and Technology in Norway and DIGITALEUROPE in Belgium. The aim of the project is to develop the digital competences of 100 young women, between 19 and 29 years old, who are at risk of exclusion from the labour market, by improving their employability.