The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is open to members (schools, ministries, government, companies, social partners, non-profit organisations and education providers) who want to work collaboratively to bring solutions to the digital skill gap in Luxembourg and Europe.

All organisations who take action to boost digital skills in Europe can become members of the Coalition and pledge to take actions to tackle the digital skills gap.

Our Digital Skills Coalition shares and promotes digital skills initiatives and encourages a matchmaking between these projects and actions that can range from granting training, financial support but also coaching, resources, rooms and, traineeship places, permitting these initiatives to grow and augment their outreach.

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The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre collaborates with LuxProvide on trainings related to High Performance Computing and MeluXina

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Luxembourg has just recently acquired a supercomputer: MeluXina is one of the most powerful machines in Europe. LuxProvide’s mission is... Read More → The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre collaborates with LuxProvide on trainings related to High Performance Computing and MeluXina

Digital Skills and Jobs Digest – Newsletter

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Learn more about the EU Code Week, Digital skills gap in Europe, Young Coders, Robotics, Cybersecurity, Haskell, and Data visualization in... Read More → Digital Skills and Jobs Digest – Newsletter

Call for Luxembourg-based business representatives to join a 5G Free Training

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The Service des Médias et des Communications is looking for 12-24 business representatives interested in joining a FREE TRAINING PLAN... Read More → Call for Luxembourg-based business representatives to join a 5G Free Training

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