Compendium of recomendations based on the results of the report “Needs of the Internet Industry Making Offer and Demand meet in Training and Education” made by the ProInterNet project partners, 2011. More
“Needs of the Internet Industry Making Offer and Demand meet in Training and Education”. The report presents the results gathered from the first round of meetings carried out in seven EU countries, as part of the tasks of the ProInterNet Project, 2011. More
Synthesis Report on internet-related jobs: Assessment of the Needs in the Internet Industry and the offers in regard to training and education. State-of-the-Art analysis carried out by the ProInterNet project partners in several European countries, 2010. More
Updated versions of Multimedia professions in the field of Content Development:
The e-Jobs Observatory Label of Excellence distinguishes training organisations proposing Internet-related trainings corresponding to market needs as observed and defined by the partners of the e-Jobs Observatory.
The e-Jobs Observatory labelisation is an independent, stand-alone process that enables applying training organisations to become involved in and associated with the Observatory's network of stakeholders who are striving to improve vocational and educational training in ICT throughout Europe.
The purpose of granting the e-Jobs Observatory Label of Excellence is to promote the development of Europe-wide, agreed standards for internet-related trainings.
e-Jobs Observatory Seal of Market Compliance and Certificate
The e-Jobs Observatory offers the opportunity to Internet-related training providers to have their training certified in accordance with labour market-oriented job profiles. By offering certified training modules a training organisation is assured of providing quality training that will help trainees obtain relevant positions in industry.
The Seal of Market Compliance is an attestation to the quality of the training unit and its conformance to actual needs of the Internet-related jobs market. It certifies that the unit meets all the formal requirements set forth in the e-Jobs Observatory Training Guidelines. It may be used by the receiving organisation to market and promote this particular training product.