Digitalisation and new technological developments have led to a rapid transformation of the Luxembourg labour market. Upskilling of workers and jobseekers and a forward-looking career guidance are among ADEM’s top priorities. Building agile partneships are crucial in order to tackle the needs of the digital skills labour market.
BCE actively contributes to the research and development of new technologies through various associations and participation in the consortia:
– HD Forum
– Information Technology for European Advancement (ITEA)
– Networked and Electronic Media (NEM)
In addition, in collaboration with the main public research centre of Luxembourg (LIST), BCE has also taken an active part in projects such as “Passepartout” in partnership with Philips, “Movies” in collaboration with the Eureka Cluster Programme (CELTIC), MOTSWAN (Mobile TV Services Whatever Access Network) and ACDC (Adaptive Content Delivery Cluster).
BCE has implemented a “New Media Technology” structure in charge of developing innovative solutions in the Multimedia field and invests in the training of its employees to ensure a continuity of the technological know-how.
The Centre de Compétences Digitaalt Handwierk is an initiative from the crafts sector for the organisations of the crafts sector and all SMEs. It offers training on Soft- and Digital Skills as well as consulting in strategic Management as well as Digitalisation. The aim is preparing the organisations for the challenges of tomorrow.
Founded in 1991 on the initiative of the European Commission, the ECC Luxembourg’s mission is to inform consumers about European consumer rights and to assist them in the settlement of cross-border consumer disputes. The ECC Luxembourg is co-financed by the European Commission, the Luxembourgish Government and the Union Luxembourgeoise des Consommateurs (ULC).
Services of ECC Luxembourg are free of charge.
Digitalisation is heavily impacting trade, transport and services which are the sectors represented by CLC in Luxembourg. The CEO of our members and their teams face a rapidly changing environment no matter if they are a B2B or B2C business. They both need to constantly upgrade their skills and knowledge to meet the continuously evolving requests and wishes of their clients. CLC is accompanying its members on this path.
CLT-UFA s.a. is a subsidiary of RTL Group, Europe’s number one in TV, radio and content.
CLT-UFA SA has interests in radio and tv channels including the tv channels RTL Television, VOX and RTL II in Germany, M6 in France, RTL TVI in Belgium, RTL 4, RTL 5 and RTL7 in the Netherlands, RTL Télé Lëtzebuerg in Luxembourg and the radio channels RTL and Fun Radio in France, Bel RTL and Radio Contact in Belgium, Antenne Bayern and Radio NRW in Germany. It also owns the technical service provider BCE and the programme distribution activity CLT-UFA International based in Luxembourg.
CLT-UFA SA has been allocated with national and international TV and radio broadcasting licenses by the Luxembourgish government.
Created in 2013, Code Club Luxembourg is a passionate team of volunteers, teaching digital skills in free, volunteer-led coding clubs for children from 8 years onwards in Luxembourg. Our non-profit ‘s ambition is to transmit to children the ability to express themselves with digital tools whilst having fun with digital making. We familiarize them with coding by creating graphic animations, programming funny robots etc. The older children ones develop their own personal projects. We believe that all children should have the opportunity to learn to code, regardless of their background and financial means. That’s why all our activities are free for children. For more code clubs in the various regions of Luxembourg, we are looking for volunteers, who can help for 1 hour a week at a local club, plus laptops and venues for these clubs. For more information: www.codeclub.lu.
The Cybersecurity Competence Center (C3) of Luxembourg has the following missions:
The C3 is building its services and capabilities in part on the experience, skills and know-how acquired by government initiatives such as CASES (Promotion of Information Security in Businesses) and CIRCL (Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg), both part of SECURITYMADEIN.LU, the national platform driving the cybersecurity ecosystem.
Knowing that Europe is going to face a shortage of 350.000 cybersecurity professionals by 2022, the C3 aims at contributing to the implementation of more widespread cybersecurity trainings in educational programs, in order to increase cybersecurity skills among students and trainees.
Spécialisé dans l’implémentation stratégique de la technologie depuis 2016, EduTec analyse les besoins numériques de ses clients et vous accompagne dans vos projets de digitalisation. Notre équipe IT développe des outils numériques sur mesure qui répondent à votre situation spécifique. Un éventail de formations autour des nouvelles technologies vous permet d’effectuer une transformation durable au sein de vos activités. Par un web design centré autour de l’expérience utilisateur et un tableau de bord intuitif votre site web devient un outil de communication percutant. Grâce à une équipe créative interne, votre stratégie de communication est conçue de manière cohérente, du numérique aux médias traditionnels.
Luxembourg’s industry is currently facing huge challenges with regard to digital transformation, which has a strong impact on processes and daily tasks even on how to run a company in itself. Supporting initiatives which enable workforce to adapt to these new working methods and advising our members in these matters is on top priorities at FEDIL.
Go Digital is an initiative by the House of Entrepreneurship, powered by the Chamber of Commerce with the objective to support and advice small and medium sized companies in their digital transformation.
Go Digital’s mission is to raise awareness about the opportunities offered by digitalization and to support companies.
Huawei is strongly committed to digital inclusion. We believe that talent is crucial for the growth and development of any industry. The rapid growth of ICT has greatly changed business models and customer requirements. Across the ICT ecosystem there is an urgent need for large numbers of technical staff who can address the challenges posed by this transformation.
Providing training in digital skills in ICT can equip people with the skills they need for employment and help bridge the talent shortage that exists in the field of technology. Through our educational initiatives, we seek to enhance knowledge transfer and to reduce the gap between knowledge learned in the classroom and the skills required by the industry.
We believe in forging the partnerships that will make this happen.
Job Today (stylized JOB TODAY) is an employment networking app service based in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. It uses a location-based job search mobile app that facilitates communication between employers and job seekers, allowing users to secure short and long-term employment contracts within 24 hours or less. As of November 2018, Job Today has processed over 100 million job applications.
Lycée des Arts et Métiers (LAM), is one of the oldest secondary schools in Luxembourg, but definitively connected to the future. Many of our initiatives (FutureHub, MakerSpace, HighTech BTS courses, FabLab, TalentHub, etc.) are designed and intended to build digital skills to increase our students’ employability
La Maison de l’orientation s’adresse à tout citoyen, indépendamment de son âge, cherchant conseil au niveau de son orientation scolaire et professionnel en vue d’identifier ses capacités, ses compétences et ses intérêts, de prendre des décisions éclairées en vue du choix de ses études et formations, ainsi qu’au regard de ses projets professionnels.
As marketplaces become more and more digital, consumers lacking the necessary digital skills will become excluded and will no longer have a free choice. The Ministry for consumer protection wants to get involved in enabling consumers to participate fully in the economy by supporting skill-building projects and activities.
NumericALL provides training in digital skills by up-skilling local talent with world class techniques. We train job seekers and career changers into web developers in a four month intensive program.
We also provide custom training solutions in digital technologies for businesses such as the courses Big Data specialist and Big data for Executives
We deliver Fit4codingJobs and CodeStart.
13 years working in the banking industry and more specifically on the challenges related to changing world, habits and clients. Of course technology being one of the drivers, highly regulated and closely supervised industry like Banking can only survive if highly automated and streamlined to the maximum. Too big to fail? I prefer to say : too complex to be competitive. Let’s drive the change before it is too late.
The SCRIPT (Service de coordination de la recherche et de l’innovation pédagogiques et technologiques), an entity of the Ministry of National Education, Childhood and Youth, is one of the driving forces of educational development in Luxembourg, responsible for an ever-increasing multitude of missions.
The SCRIPT’s prime mission is to promote, implement and coordinate initiatives and research aimed at pedagogical and technological innovation throughout the Luxembourgish education system, as well as the development of quality assurance mechanisms in both, the area of education and in the field of teaching practice.
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Trasys Luxembourg, part of the NRB group, provides consulting services and IT solutions primarily to European Institutions and national authorities to support them in meeting their objectives, in terms of digital transformation, in an efficient and effective way.
In order to support digital transformation efforts, we, at Trasys Luxembourg, are convinced that digital skills are nowadays not anymore and option but a must to cope with such a fast-paced environment.
In that regard, we are currently in charge of supporting and advising the European Commission on one of its key initiatives in the field of digital skills, namely the ‘Interoperability Academy’ project.
Vodafone is committed to invest in digital education and harness the power of technology to make a difference to the local community in Luxembourg and inspire all generations to pursue a career in digital technology to become our leaders of tomorrow.
WIDE’s mission is to offer practical support and activities to include more women and men in the field of digital as well as the contribution to build a more diverse workforce and a wider ICT talent pipeline for Luxembourg.