MicroElectronics Training, Industry and Skills

METIS is bridging the skills gap in the microelectronics sector for a more competitive Europe. The Sector Skills Alliance, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, brings together a consortium of 19 key partners to develop skills intelligence deliver the METIS curriculum and training and promote microelectronics as a career choice.

Testing of Curriculum & Training Started

The METIS consortium develops curricula, training content, and courses in the 4 main areas of microelectronics. Beta testing of the first METIS training modules has started and the testing of all 43 modules will last until the end of June 2023. Many courses are already available for testing, the rest of the modules will follow soon.

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The consortium

900

learners

involved in the validation of the training

100

Memoranda of Understanding

for the recognition of the training

2000

learners

using the METIS platform in the duration of the project

200

VET providers

adopting the METIS curriculum

150

stakeholders

in the Observatory & Skills Council

EU Consortium Releases METIS Report On Skills Training In Europe

Posted by Jennifer Read, EMS Now | Jan 10, 2023 | Analysis, Europe, skilled labor shortage, Women in Tech The EU Chips Act is intended to build regional semiconductor manufacturing capability to support advanced electronics manufacturing. But where will all the skilled workers come from? METIS (MicroElectronics Training Industry…

SEMI Europe and European Commission Representatives Develop Key Actions to Tackle Chip Industry Skills Shortage

BRUSSELS, Belgium — December 19, 2022 — SEMI, the industry association serving the global electronics design and manufacturing supply chain, today announced key actions proposed by SEMI Europe and European Commission (EC) representatives in consultation with semiconductor industry stakeholders to overcome the skills shortage…

Europe’s Semiconductor Talent Gap Widens – EE Times Europe Article

 January 4, 2023 by Anne-Françoise Pelé Chip manufacturers continue to plan new fab openings across Europe. Yet a serious challenge could get in the way: a shortage of skilled workers. The talent gap has widened in the European semiconductor industry over...

SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium Europe—ISS Europe

METIS will be present at the SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium Europe—ISS Europe, on 15-16 February 2023 in Vienna, Austria. Specifically, on Thursday, February 16, during Session 2: Closing the Talent Gap and Cultivating the Workforce of Tomorrow with a presentation on…

Synergies for Skills Partnerships Under the Pact: From Blueprints for Sectoral Cooperation to the 2023 European Year of Skills

Christopher Frieling, SEMI Europe, represented METIS on the December 12, 2022, online conference “Synergies for Skills Partnerships Under the Pact: From Blueprints for Sectoral Cooperation to the 2023 European Year of Skills.” 

Chips Act Workshop – How to Reverse the Semiconductors Skills Shortage?

During this workshop, participants discussed the next steps that need to be taken collectively to start reversing the semiconductors skills shortage in Europe. Europe is facing enormous skills and talent challenges in the area of semiconductors. The number of open…

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