European Skills Agenda: project DRIVES at the core of automotive skills priority

10 July 2020 


The European Commission adopted on 1 July the Communication on a ‘European Skills Agenda for Sustainable Competitiveness, Social Fairness and Resilience’. That is a much-welcomed step towards the implementation of the demand for up- and re-skilled labour force for the automotive sector. 


In a letter addressed to Commissioner Nicolas Schmit, the four automotive sector associations steering the activities developed under the blueprint DRIVES expressed support to the road towards the establishment of a Skills Pact for the automotive sector. 



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