DIGI @ TER, an Erasmus + transnational project 2017

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Improve employability in the digital sector by strengthening the transversal skills of young people seeking professional integration.

"DIGI @ TER"

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This project was initiated by the CMA as part of a European Erasmus + lifelong learning program.

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Its objective is to allow young people aged 16 to 29 who have left the school system without a diploma and without a job, the NEETS, to access digital professions with training at CEC / EQF level 3 and 4, by acquiring skills. transversal actions that can be mobilized in various professional situations. At the same time, they will gain independence thanks to lasting socio-professional integration into the IT sector.

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Its duration was 3 years. Launched in October 2017, it was completed at the end of 2020, the final report is under preparation.

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This project includes both conceptualization, implementation, full scale experimentation and evaluation of results.

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To carry it out successfully, the CMA joined forces with five other European partners from five countries: Germany, Belgium, France, Portugal and Romania thus united for their complementarity in the field of professional integration:

  • Two regional vocational training organizations (France and Belgium)

  • A regional university with a digital department (Romania)

  • An institutional actor (regional chamber of trades) representing, among others, companies showing needs in IT skills (Germany)

  • A regional association to support sustainable employment (Portugal)

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The adopted approach is based on territorial cooperation between the various partners which allow both regional and transnational achievements.

Beyond the project, in each territory concerned, the results will generate:

  • New forms of collaboration between training organizations and companies in the digital sector in the first place, and then by extension, to other sectors

  • A better synergy of the practices of actors in the field in terms of reception, training process, support and entrepreneurship,

  • Better use of national and European approaches to assess transversal skills in the workplace

  • An impact on the professional practices of experts and actors in the field.

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In the longer term, the partners will use the results of the DIGI @ TER project to continue to develop by responding adequately to the expectations of companies and people in sectors other than digital and thus to develop their territory. respective.

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DIGI @ TER thus allows the CMA to experiment in a transnational and pragmatic framework how territorial collaborations work to achieve the objectives of a project, and to verify in real life the concept of organization and learning territory.