The Hellenic Network of Professionals of Informatics (HePIS) announces the launch of the Action Plan Fit4Jobs.
Through the action plan, Unemployed will have the opportunity to participate in 180 hours of education and training, completely free of charge, in advanced IT skills, specifically in programming and designing web applications, using the software and tools that are in great demand on the labor market.
The planning of the training program was carried out with the participation of dozens of companies from all over Europe, so as to facilitate the integration of candidates into the labor market and to meet the growing needs of enterprises, the majority of whom are unable to fill the jobs in the specialties Information Technology of the program.
Through the link www.hepis.gr/fit4jobs, candidates can declare their participation in the program, which will start in early March at training centers in Attica.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of the CEPIS e-competence benchmark tool, which evaluates the candidates in relation to the ICT industry. Employers employing people in the ICT sector can also take part in the program and wish to recruit them in the near future.
Fit4Jobs is a European consortium consisting of IT organizations and organizations from Greece: Greece (HePIS), Portugal (ACM IP), Spain (ACTR), Lithuania (LIA), Ireland (FIT), Latvia (LIKTA) and the European Agency Telecentre Europe, supported by the European Union Program for Employment and Social Solidarity (PROGRESS 2007-2013).
On a pan-European level, Fit4Jobs support dozens of companies, such as Microsoft, EMC, Cisco, Accenture, IBM, Oracle, and supported by PeopleCert, SiEben, E-Arion, Theologos Konstantinos & Co., IKnowHo Informatics, AB Vassilopoulos, Data Communication, Holder, CareerBuilder, Veltio and Master AE