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Target audienceDigital skills for the labour force. Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts. Digital skills in education. Digital skills for all
Digital technology / specialisationDigital skills
Digital skill levelBasic Intermediate Advanced Digital Expert
Geographic Scope - CountryMalta
Industry - Field of Education and Training
Type of initiative
OrganizationeSkills Malta Foundation
Adoption - 2022. Actions for period 2022-2025
The strategy's implementation will be financed by governmental budget and where possible, complemented by EU funding
The eSkills Malta Foundation coordinates the implementation of the strategy. The Foundation will regularly engage with the various stakeholders relevant to the education, industrial society, and ICT pillars identified in the strategy to be able to monitor the progress of the initiatives. The Foundation may also help to find solutions to any issues encountered by the stakeholders and bring together a diverse community of various national and EU-level stakeholders.
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Digital skills and their availability, now and in the future, are key to effectively bringing about digital transformation on a political, economic and social level on a national as well as on a wider scale. The local National, and Public Administration digital strategies reflect such a recognition. Moreover, the European Union’s Path to the Digital Decade highlighted targets for digital skills, digital infrastructures, digitalization of businesses and of public services to be reached by all Member States by 2030.
The new National eSkills 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.