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Dzień informacyjny pod konkurs związany z rozwojem kompetencji cyfrowych w programie Cyfrowa Europa

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A virtual Info Day will be organized on 14 March 2022 by the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA). Details on the exact timing and registration will be available soon in this page:

On 2 February 2022 the European Commission opened the 2nd set of calls for proposals of the Digital Europe Programme. The new calls aim at supporting concrete actions to help citizens and enterprises benefit from new technologies and thrive in the digital transformation.

In particular, a new call onAdvanced Digital Skills Short term training courseshas been launched. The call aims at increasing the offer of high-quality short term trainings for the workforce, allowing them to acquire the skills necessary to deploy key digital technologies in businesses, with a particular focus that enables to meet the needs of SMEs.

The submission of applications for this call is now open and will close on 17 May 2022. You will find more information on how to apply for the call in the Funding & Tender Portal

Questions and answers about this new call will be soon available in the official Funding & Tender Portal.


About the Digital Europe Programme

Developments in key and emerging technologies are changing the way we define digital skills and the extent to which we depend on technology. The COVID-19 pandemic further highlighted the existing shortage of digital experts in Europe.

The Digital Europe Programme provides strategic funding to answer these challenges and supports the development of a skilled talent pool of digital experts. With a total budget of €580 million for digital skills over 7 years, the Digital Europe Programme enhances cooperation between EU Member States and stakeholders in digital skills and jobs through:

  • Specialised education programmes in key digital areas such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, robotics, quantum and High Performance Computing (HPC), provided by networks of higher education institutions, research centres and businesses (€120 million contribution over the first two years of the programme).
  • Short-term training courses, tailored to the needs of businesses, with an emphasis on SMEs in Europe, as well as jobseekers and citizens looking to reskill (€25 million contribution over the first two years of the programme).

These actions have 3 common goals:

  1. Increasing capacity and excellence of EU education and training institutions
  2. Encouraging cooperation between higher education, research and businesses
  3. Sparking interest of Europeans in digital careers and attract the best talents.

All the funded projects will be showcased on the Digital Skills and Jobs Platform.

DIGITAL Work Programme 2021-2022

On 10 November 2021 the European Commission adopted three work programmes for the Digital Europe Programme, outlining the objectives and specific topic areas that will receive a total of €1.98 billion in funding.

The document sets out the programme for part of the actions to be implemented in the first two years of the Digital Europe Programme. These actions will focus on Advanced Digital Skills, Data, AI, Cloud, Quantum Communication Infrastructure, and deployment activities for the best use of these technologies.

For more details about all the actions on Advanced Digital Skills supported by the Programme, see this presentation.

New opportunities and updates

We will continue to update you on the latest on the Digital Europe Programme on this page and on our Twitter and Facebook channels.

By registering to the community and joining our dedicated Partner For DIGITAL Skills Networking Group you will be able to find partners and connect with other organisations wishing to apply for the current open calls in Advanced Digital Skills.

By signing up for the Newsletter you will never miss any updates and important resources on the DIGITAL Europe Programme and other topics.


Zaznaczamy, że NCBR- DKPK (Dział Krajowego Punktu Kontaktowego) nie pełni roli Punktu Kontaktowego do Programu Digital Europe.  NCBR-DKPK zajmuje się wyłącznie Programem Horyzont Europa.

Powyższą informację zamieszczamy tylko w celu informowania Państwa o dodatkowych możliwościach pozyskiwania finansowania.

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