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Digital technology / specialisationDigital skills
Digital skill levelBasic
Geographic Scope - CountryMalta
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The Ministry for the Economy, European Funds and Lands yesterday launched four strategies that all fall under the Malta Digitali strategy. The strategies are the National eSkills Strategy, Malta Digital Innovation Strategic Plan, the Malta Communications Authority eCommerce Strategy and the National Cyber-Security Strategy.
The National eSkills Strategy 2022-2025 is divided into four main pillars: education, society, the labour market and professionals in ICT. The strategy aims to enable the attainment of such objectives, whilst keeping in view of the domestic national, sectoral and specialist strategies and initiatives affecting the digital skills domain. It aims to build further upon the National eSkills Strategy 2019-2021 and takes stock of the opportunities and challenges being faced by Malta in digital skills and competencies.
The objective of the National eSkills Strategy 2022 – 2025 is to set a path for a coordinated approach to improve the skills, knowledge and attitudes of actors within the education, industry, society and ICT sectors. In this respect, the strategy identified a comprehensive set of actions and recommendations that respective stakeholders should implement. And the best way to do this is through a coordinated and collaborative approach. This strategy is proposed for Malta and not specific stakeholders. Nevertheless, the efforts must be there by all the respective stakeholders. In this manner, we would attain the established goals. eSkills Malta Foundation will monitor the progress of the strategy implementation, but as stated in its conclusion, the Foundation cannot see to it alone, and collaboration is crucial to attaining successful goals and outcomes.