The CEPIS Professional e-Competence Survey is a pan-European project undertaken by CEPIS together with national informatics associations that are CEPIS members.
The purpose of this research is to produce and assess an up-to-date picture of the actual e-competences of IT professionals across Europe today, using the profiles recognised by the labour market and analysing them based on the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF).
The survey has identified the e-competences of approximately 2,000 ICT professionals in 28 countries across greater Europe.
Building on the success of this initiative, CEPIS launched in 2013 the CEPIS e-Competence
Benchmark, 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. More on the CEPIS e-Competence Benchmark
Click on the flags below to download your national report*
*National reports were only published for those countries that had more than 50 respondents and at least one cluster of a minimum of ten respondents with the same calculated profile.
Professional e-Competence in Europe - Presentation of Results
CEPIS' research on Professional e-Competence in Europe has been summarised in an easy-to-read presentation: