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The project is part of the JPMorgan Chase New Skills at Work program that aims to identify strategies and support solutions that help improve labour market infrastructure and develop the skilled workforce globally. This $250 million five-year global initiative, first launched in December 2013, brings together leading policymakers, academics, business leaders, educators, training providers and nonprofits with the goal of connecting labour market policy with practice, supply with demand and employers with the workforce. To learn more about the New Skills At Work initiative, please visit the link:




The aim of this project is to identify and analyse effective ICT programs with a focus on diverse target groups, including women, vulnerable youth with low educational achievement or from difficult socio-economic backgrounds, migrants, unemployed adults changing careers. The work product shall inform policy development on the European and national level, and provide practical recommendations to non-profit organisations and training providers.

Recommendations will be addressed to policy makers throughout Europe and beyond, stakeholders representing different target groups and/or experienced in developing and offering suitable training and support programs.

The project will help training providers and stakeholders make progress towards achieving the vision of an inclusive smart society. It will identify effective best practice ICT training for diverse populations, make available better data on the effectiveness and success factors of training programs, create awareness for these factors and promote learning from best practice in the selected countries and at international level following a targeted dissemination strategy.




Main activities of the project: