The Lifelong Learning Platform held its Annual Conference “Education in a digital world” in Tallinn, Estonia, on 31 May and 1 June 2017.
Gathering more than 60 delegates in education and digital, the conference was the opportunity to share good practice during the “Digital Fair” from all over Europe.
One of the first visible issues tackle during the conference was “the skills gap between labour market needs and the digital competences of the learners”. The qualifications delivered by educational institutions might not correspond to the qualifications sought after in the labour market. Therefore, if students have not additional digital skills required by companies might lead to low skilled jobs which.