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Digitalization is reshaping millions of jobs, globally, with digital technologies widely used in the workplace. Most jobs today require basic digital skills, such as the ability to communicate via email or social media, create and edit digital documents, search for information, and protect personal information online (EC, 2017).
In addition, there is a growing need for training in advanced digital technologies, which change labour markets and present new business opportunities. Such technologies include artificial intelligence, robotics, 3D technologies, and augmented and virtual reality. In many of these highly dynamic and advanced fields, digitalization can lead to the creation of new job profiles.
New jobs related to the development, maintenance and upgrading of artificial intelligence technologies and big data infrastructures are among those expected to grow (EC, 2019).
To remain innovative and attractive, TVET must keep up-to-date with the current technological developments and respond to the demands of digital economies by supplying learners with new digital skills and competencies.
Preparing learners for the rapidly changing digital world requires regular updates in curricula and training regulations to cover new skills and competencies, as well as adjustments in the way these are taught. Accordingly, TVET teaching staff have to be aware of new and evolving digital trends and tools, and also be able to effectively teach these to students, as they prepare to enter the workforce of the future.
The BILT project provides a platform to discuss strategies on how to tackle the challenges and capitalize on the opportunities arising from digitalization trends. Such strategies include:
This summary captures the key outcomes of the thematic BILT Workshop on ‘Digitalization’, held at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) in Oslo, Norway, on 02-03 October 2019.
This European Commission report aims to shed light on some of the key drivers which are worth taking into account when assessing the effect of new technologies on the future of work and skills. It combines a synthesis of the most recent and robust sc ...
Learning from Cedefop’s European skills and jobs survey
This publication focuses on a topic of critical concern for policy-makers in recent years: skill mis-match. Cedefop has been active in skill mismatch research and analysis for almost a decade now, identifying significant areas of concern and contenti ...
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