Virtual Workshop on EU Skills Policies for Microelectronics

The workshop by the Microelectronics Training, Industry and Skills (METIS) consortium on EU skills policies was held virtually on September 8th, 2020. Objectives: To inform the current and upcoming EU policies and activities on skills To discuss future policy and...

Take part in the METIS Microelectronics Skills Survey!

The METIS project invites all stakeholders from the industry and education/ training to participate in the Microelectronics Skills Survey! The aim of the survey is to define the jobs of the future, and highlight mismatches between the industry needs and…

Reskilling and Upskilling in the Microelectronics Industry After COVID-19

In light of COVID-19, the microelectronics industry is undergoing major changes and adapting to a great degree its work practices. This transition has given rise to new skills priorities. In such a challenging time, it is clear that reskilling and…

European Commissioner Nicolas Schmit welcomes METIS

In his article in the SEMI blog, Nicolas Schmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, supports the METIS project and its activities. Skills are the key to the future. It is thanks to its skilled workforce that Europe will…

Invitation to stakeholders: let’s design the future of microelectronics skills together!

In the framework of the METIS project, we are launching various thematic focus groups composed of key industry and education stakeholders that will meet virtually 1-2 times from April to June 2020. The focus groups will: analyse the trends affecting skills development in the…

Call for expression of interest – METIS External Expert

METIS (MicroElectronics, Training, Industry and Skills), a Sector Skills Alliance co-funded by Erasmus+, is launching an open call for the post of External Expert of the project. METIS brings together a consortium of 20 partners to develop skills intelligence deliver…

Building the European Microelectronics Talent Pipeline: 5 Takeaways from Inaugural METIS Consortium Meeting

Taking aim at the workers and job training needed to drive microelectronics innovation, 50 members of the recently formed Microelectronics Training, Industry and Skills (METIS) consortium met for the first time in November 2019 to lay out the broad outlines…

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