The Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy would like to thank the volunteers Alan Kavanagh, François Wirion, Michel Ginsbach and Tamara Escalante of NumericALL for their contribution in designing and programming the Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme’s website.
Aligning with the programme’s goal to encourage upskilling of the workforce with emerging needs on the labour market, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy called upon the NumericALL team to assist in the initial design of the http://www.skillsbridge.lu website. Volunteers of the WebForce3 school, operated by NumericALL, were given a first opportunity to apply their newly gained web-developer skills to the programme’s website, hence gaining professional experience in their new field of expertise. Both sides greatly appreciated this collaborative effort.
The Fit4Coding initiative aims to turn participants into developers following 3.5 months of intense training. Upon completion of the course, participants will have required the necessary skills to directly join the labour market in a completely new industry.