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CEPIS Professional e-Competence Survey

This survey aims to identify e-competences of ICT professionals in Europe & how they match to labour market needs.

Carol-Ann Kogelman

on 19 July 2011

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Transcript of CEPIS Professional e-Competence Survey

Professional e-Competence in Europe The Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) is the representative body of 36 national informatics associations throughout 33 countries across Europe. We are the network of informatics professionals in Europe. CEPIS has carried out pioneering research on the
e-competences of IT professionals across Europe & beyond! What is CEPIS? The CEPIS Professional e-Competence Survey is a pan-European project undertaken by CEPIS together with national informatics associations that are CEPIS members. The purpose of this research is to produce and assess an up-to-date picture of the actual digital competences of ICT professionals across Europe today, using the profiles recognised by the labour market and analysing them based on the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF). The e-CF identifies 36 ICT competences that can be used and understood by ICT users and supply companies, ICT practitioners, managers and HR departments, the public sector, educational and social partners across Europe. How does the CEPIS survey work? The survey has identified the e-competences of approximately 2000 ICT professionals in 28 countries across Europe. ICT professionals then rate their skills level in 44 e-competences to see how they match up with the knowledge & skills needed for their current or desired IT job profile. Respondents choose an IT job profile from 18 profiles recognised by the European labour market. Personal Report European Report RESULTS Want a sneak preview? The survey is an online questionnaire.

http://ecompetence.cepis.org/ Why is this CEPIS research important? Thanks for watching!

You can check us out too on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter! AGE The number of respondents under 30 years of age is very low, yet the demand for more IT professionals is increasing. INDUSTRY Majority of respondents work in large organisations. EDUCATION Almost all IT professionals who responded have a high level of education, BUT only two-thirds in IT-focused education! www.cepis.org You will be able to:

identify your main strengths & weaknesses
better identify training & development opportunities Country Report The country report provides:

a snapshot of the e-competences of IT professionals in that particular country
the ability to identify training and professional development programmes that may be necessary on a national level You will receive a personal report assessing your ICT competences based on a European framework. 10 country reports have been published*
Check out www.cepis.org/professionalecompetence *Country reports were published when the country received ≥ 50 respondents
and at least one cluster of a minimum of 10 respondents
with the same career profile. This report will portray the status of ICT professionals'
e-competences in Europe. The European report will:

demonstrate the utility of the e-CF in a pan-European setting
provide analysis of the status of ICT professionals
make key recommendations relating to professional e-competences in Europe Coming in September 2011! GENDER On average only 16% of all respondents are female. In some countries, there were NO women represented within an ICT career profile! We need to match skills to future jobs. The ICT industry could be facing shortages of 70,000 ICT professionals per year by 2015 (according to CEPIS' e-Skills Foresights - e-Skills in Europe report).

Now more than ever we need to meet this demand & attract more ICT professionals with the right e-competences to the industry. ICT professionals need to have the right skills to fill future jobs in Europe.
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