Social partners

  • Mobilise all stakeholders in the reskilling of the workforce
  • Regularly monitor the digital competencies of the workforce and raise the alarm bells when they are no longer in line with the needs of the market
  • Set up appropriate digital trainings for all, from job seekers to university students and employees in traditional companies

Social actors have the ability to turn the digital divide into digital opportunities. As the preferred interlocutors of workers, social partners have a deep and accurate understanding of the reskilling needs of the workforce. It is therefore critical that they strengthen capacities to ensure the inclusive access to digital trainings in order to provide ICT skills to the entire workforce.

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