The National Skills Conference serves as a vital gathering, bringing together key stakeholders with the primary goal of addressing the pressing challenges and opportunities related to skills development in Malta.
This conference took place on September 7, 2023, at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta.
The National Skills Conference united influential stakeholders to deliberate on the subject of skills development within Malta. The event also functioned as a forum for the exchange of knowledge, the sharing of innovative ideas, and the cultivation of collaborative efforts to meet the current and future skill requirements necessary for sustaining economic growth.
Distinguished international keynote speakers and renowned local experts graced the occasion, imparting their valuable insights on skills development, emerging trends, and the imperative of a skilled workforce.
Distinguished leaders from the fields of education, industry, and youth work engaged in in-depth discussions regarding various aspects, including the anticipation of future skill demands, the promotion of lifelong learning, the cultivation of transversal, green, and digital skills, as well as the enhancement of connections between education and industry.
The event provided a platform for the exchange of experiences, the dissemination of best practices, the introduction of tools and strategies to elevate skills development initiatives through upskilling, reskilling, innovative pedagogical approaches, and collaborations with industry partners.
Carm Cachia eSkills Malta Foundation Chief Administrator, formed part of one of the afternoon panels titled “The twin transtion” together with Hon Chris Bonett, Abigail Mamo, Fabienne Ruggier, Jeanette Axisa and Ing Abigail Cutajar.
Additionally, dedicated networking sessions, along with evening networking gatherings, afforded participants the invaluable opportunity to connect with and forge productive alliances with like-minded professionals and organizations who share a keen interest in advancing skills development.