European e-Competence Framework version 3.0
The European e-Competence Framework 3.0 has been published by CEN as CWA 16234 Part 1, 2, 3 and 4 in 2014; the CWA is available from the CEN Members and can also be downloaded from the CEN website.
The European e-Competence Framework is a component of the European Union’s strategy on e-Skills for the 21st Century. It is also supporting key policy objectives of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs launched in March 2013. It is promoted as a very useful tool to boost digital skills and the recognition of competences and qualifications across countries and to foster ICT professionalism in Europe.
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CEN Workshop on ICT Skills
The CEN Workshop on ICT Skills is a network of experts representing the ICT industry, academic institutions, vocational training organisations, ICT professional associations, social partners and research institutions.
The workshop aims to promote excellence in the ICT sector and strengthen the ICT profession through the creation of relevant supporting standards that can be applied throughout Europe and around the world.
All CEN Workshop Agreements (CWAs) in the field of ICT Skills can be found on the CEN website (under Sectors > ICT).
CEN (European Committee for Standardization) is one of the three officially recognised organisations responsible for developing and defining standards at European level – together with CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). CEN develops European Standards setting out specifications and procedures in relation to a wide range of products and services.
The members of CEN are the National Standards Bodies of 33 European countries including all of the European Union member states, three countries of the European Free Trade Association (Iceland, Norway and Switzerland) and two EU candidate countries (Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). European Standards (ENs) approved by CEN are accepted and recognised in all of these countries.
The European e-Competence Framework version 3.0 work was supported by the European Commission, Directorate General Enterprise and Industry, and the European Free Trade Association.
About The Grand Coalition
The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs will help accelerate and intensify efforts initiated by European policies, such as the Digital Agenda for Europe, the e-Skills Strategy, the Employment Package, the Opening up Education Initiative, the Rethinking Education Strategy, the Youth Opportunities Initiative, and the EU Skills Panorama.
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