Education & Talent

Improving digital skills for all

A truly innovative economy is based on both a solid education that builds on the past and looks to the future as well as talent development. As digitalswitzerland’s mission is to make Switzerland a leading digital innovation hub – worldwide, our Education & Talent initiative promotes digitalisation in both those areas. From compulsory and tertiary education to apprenticeship and lifelong learning, we aim to encourage and promote digital skills and competencies throughout the country for all ages and interests.

#LifelongLearning Boost Programme

digitalswitzerland’s Boost programme, supported by the Hirschmann Foundation, the Gebert Rüf Foundation and UBS, is designed to promote the acquisition of digital skills by Swiss workers through co-financing under certain conditions. With this programme, we wish to contribute to upskilling employees, particularly in SMEs, so that they can seize the opportunities of the current situation.

Visit www.lifelonglearning.ch/boost

#LifelongLearning Campaign

We understand how important it is to encourage and support organisations to think about your #lifelonglearning and career planning at all levels. Our website explore.lifelonglearning offers key learnings and guiding questions. Check out videos and 100 testimonials about #LifelongLearning here.

All that’s left to do is choose which courses to sign up to on weiterbildung.swiss. The opportunity to take your next career steps is waiting for you!

Visit www.lifelonglearning.ch

MINT

Switzerland’s innovative strength and attraction as a business location faces an uncertainty without enough young talent in the STEM sector. The STEM campaign, co-initiated by digitalswitzerland and Pro Juventute, aims to inspire and motivate our youth to follow career paths in STEM, to keep Switzerland competitive and help solve the major problems the world faces today.

Learn more here.

 «nextgeneration»

Our «nextgeneration» initiative supports digital education offerings primarily for children and adolescents to start early to create curiosity and build fundamental skills. Our job is to connect these existing platforms and provide reach and publicity via our channels and network.

Learn more about our initiative nextgeneration