We have made progress, but we need to do more, Europe needs to do more – Carmel Cachia

Publication Date: Jan 24, 2022
 

To achieve this, the team at eSkills Malta sets out several strategic goals to achieve in the short and long term, and as a resu

Looking ahead to an ambitious set of goals and initiatives, eSkills Malta’s Chief Administrator says that Europe’s competitiveness depends on further digital transformation.

To achieve this, the team at eSkills Malta sets out several strategic goals to achieve in the short and long term, and as a result, the foundation has seen an impressive increase in its European visibility. “The foundation is nowadays regarded amongst the most active country national coalitions, and indeed in Europe we represent an organisational best practice in digital skills. We are not unique, but we are one to look up to.” 

Reflecting on eSkills’ many landmarks, the Chief Administrator highlights the foundation’s contribution to Malta’s ranking within the Digital Society and Economy Index (DESI). “Malta currently ranks fifth amongst all the European Union member countries,” he says, going on to mention other achievements, including the fact that the foundation was among the first, if not the first, to launch a specific National eSkills Strategy in 2019.