Webinars / Virtual Events

Closing the Skills Gap in Manufacturing

Belgium, Brussels - Thursday 12 November 2020
Closing the Skills Gap in Manufacturing CECIMO- the European Association of the Machine Tool Industries and related Manufacturing Technologies - is happy to invite you to join the webinar 'Closing the Skills Gap in Manufacturing' organised as a partner activity of the EU Vocational Skills Week 2020, an initiative of the European Commission.
The lack of skills is increasing and impacting many European industries, including machine tools industries and related manufacturing technologies. This webinar will discuss the skills set needed in the industry and solutions to close skills gaps by using tools developed during European projects and other national initiatives. The event will feature best practices and suggestions for specific measures and solutions for EU and national policymakers, education providers and other key stakeholder groups.

TIME: 11.00 am - 12.10 pm (CET)
Date(s)
Thursday 12 November 2020
Venue
Online
Ticketing
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