Tech.mt partners up with Latvian ICT Association to organize Women4IT workshop

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Tech.mt aims to promote the National Strategy on Innovative Technology.

Lead partner Latvian Information and Communication Technology Association (LITKA) and Tech.mt have organised a ‘Women4IT Validation Workshop.’

Tech.mt is a Public-Private-Partnership between the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, and the Government of Malta, aiming to promote the country’s national strategy on innovative technology.

The project will focus on building young women’s digital skills capacity in eight professional job profiles that address the specific skills shortages experienced by employers, Tech.mt said on its social media page.

“Combating youth unemployment and addressing the needs of young people that are not in employment, education or training is one of the highest priorities on the European agenda,” Tech.mt said.

The piloting of the new Women4IT platform will start in October 2020.

Find out more: https://women4it.eu/.


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