The Amsterdam Institute of Technology (AiT) intends to train as many candidates as possible to bridge this digital skills gap. AiT aims to equip learners with relevant expertise for different ICT roles while also maintaining necessary levels of competences among existing ICT practitioners.
What makes AiT the ideal solution to Europe’s digital crisis? For one, it offers lifelong learning opportunities to people and companies across the region. This continued education makes sure that learners keep up with the rapid changes in technology, thus ensuring sustained productivity over time.
Two, AiT enables firms and individuals alike to invest in their future. Just as workers contribute to their pensions, it is wise to gain useful digital skills for the days to come. And with AiT, learners access professional development programs that keep them from losing jobs in the future due to inadequate technological skills or lack of them.