Becoming a digital society does not happen overnight by turning on servers or installing wifi in homes.
A foundational element is the systematic development of digital competencies over a period of time.
Digital competencies mean not only building a team of IT specialists, but also engendering widespread digital skills across the nations’ citizens.
This in turn requires digital education at many levels: university, gymnasiums, basic schools, as well as specialized training for ICT professionals.
The end result is a comprehensive digital skills development system across all sectors of the nation: government, education, business and private sector.
PhD, lecturer and consultant on strategic planning, IT management and digital skills development. Chairman of the Board BCS Koolitus AS (the largest IT training company in Estonia). Founder of e-Governance Academy (www.ega.ee) firstname.lastname@example.org
CEO of BCS Koolitus, Chairman of the Board of Estonian Association of Training and Consulting Companies. She has over 10 years of experience in developing digital skills in Estonia through various training programs aimed at different target groups, including citizens, IT specialists, women, seniors, managers. Anni.Sild@bcs.ee
Experienced project manager in international cooperation and development projects. Experience in leading teams in local and international settings. M.A in international relations.