Official launch of the Pact for Skills –Skills Partnership for the Automotive Ecosystem

Yesterday, Commissioners Nicolas Schmit and Thierry Breton launched the Pact for Skills (P4S), which is considered a crucial component of the European Skills Agenda.
The P4S sets up large-scale partnerships in strategic industrial ecosystems heavily affected by the current crisis. It also points out the priority areas within the green and digital agendas, through which ambitious commitments should be achieved.
The first European skills partnerships in key industrial ecosystems have now been announced: automotive, microelectronics, and aerospace and defence industries.
On October 15th, DRIVES project had already announced having joined a front movement from automotive stakeholders, contributing to establish and deploy a pact for skills for the automotive ecosystem, fully in line with the joint proposal to deliver and implement a sectorial up/reskilling framework for the workforce.
You can find a summary of The Pact for Skills –Skills Partnership for the Automotive Ecosystem here.
We now invite other companies and entities to join this movement by expressing their interest to

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