The Luxembourg HR community has awarded the Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme with the “Talent Management Award”.

At the 16th edition of the HR One Gala on the 20th November 2018 in Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Employment Agency (Agence pour le développement de l’emploi, ADEM) has received the “Talent Management Award” for its Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme, which is being implemented in close collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social and Solidarity Economy. The governance of the programme is ensured by the ‘Comité de conjuncture’.

The Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme has also been featured amongst the recently published  “Europe’s 100 digital champions” by the Financial Times.

Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge

Digitalisation and automatisation already affect all sectors of the Luxembourg economy as well as of the wider world resulting in deeply complex and radical transformations of companies, employment and required competences.

The objective of the Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme is to encourage companies to anticipate their future competence needs and to foster their employees’ mobility on a changing job market. The programme intends to secure employees’ career paths and to equip them with a diverse range of competences to develop throughout their life.

Soft and digital skills trainings constitute the foundation of the participating employees’ curriculum. Based on their existing competences and those needed, different soft and digital skills training levels have been foreseen. The Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme thus represents an investment in the employees’ and companies’ future.