The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark is a free, online interactive tool that enables current and future ICT professionals to identify the competences they need for various ICT roles and career paths.
It is powered by the European e-Competence Framework and supports the European Commission’s Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs.
It helps individuals plan their career development and make informed decision about further education.
By taking the CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark you will receive a personal competence gap analysis report that will help you compare your competences against those required for a range of European ICT professional profiles.
The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark enables you to compare your competences with the requirements of the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF), the common language for ICT competences across Europe.
You will gain an increased awareness of your strengths and weakness against the European e-Competence Framework’s (e-CF), and you will be better able to identify training and professional development opportunities.
You will be able to express your competences against the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) and how they are linked to the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) levels, which may assist your labour mobility.
Companies can use the CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark to assess individuals as well as entire departments, identify workforce gaps and on the basis of these results conduct efficient personnel planning and development.
Click here to find out more about the work previously undertaken by CEPIS on professional e-competence.
to the CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark
The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark is powered by the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) which is a set of ICT competences that are commonly understandable across all countries in Europe. The e-CF was created by the CEN Workshop on ICT Skills. More on the European e-Competence Framework
The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs
The CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark supports the training, matching and certification objectives of the European Commission’s Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs, a multi-stakeholder initiative which aims to increase the number of ICT practitioners in Europe by 2015. More on the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs