In a fast-changing and ever-more globalised world, education is becoming increasingly important in helping the public and private sector to recruit capable employees who are up to the challenges of the modern world.
The skills and capabilities of the next generation will be determined by the education policies that are put in place today. The British Chamber is excited to see plans from European Commission and European Pariament to increase the role of digital skills in education, and invites you to hear from Ms Antoaneta Angelova-Krasteva, Director at DG EAC, to discuss ambitions further.
All our members will benefit from a comprehensive and modern EU education plan for digital skills, so come along on 7th October to hear more from the Commission and put forward any ideas or thoughts of your own,
Director Innovation, International Cooperation and Sport | European Commission