Council of European Professional Informatics Societies

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About CEPIS

The Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) is a non-profit organisation seeking to improve and promote a high standard among informatics professionals in recognition of the impact that Informatics has on employment, business and society. CEPIS represents 30 Member Societies in 29 countries across greater Europe. More about us


The Informatics for All Coalition

CEPIS Computing in Schools SIN is a founding member of Informatics for All, a coalition that aims at getting academia, industry, government and society together to influence education policy in Europe towards the full recognition and establishment of Informatics as a foundational discipline in schools. The other founding members are ACM Europe Council and Informatics Europe. More about the Coalition


Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition

CEPIS has made a pledge to help reduce the digital skills gap as part of the European Commission’s Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition. The Coalition is one of the ten most important initiatives of the New Skills Agenda. Find out more

Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition

IT Professionalism Europe

ITPE new logo fullIT Professionalism Europe is a network of organisations committed to furthering IT professionalism in Europe. It ensures that its members get the latest insights on the benefits and challenges that various tools can provide in managing IT staff, and provides IT professionalism in Europe with a stronger voice. More information here


European e-Competence Framework

The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) provides a reference of 40 competences that apply to the ICT workplace. It describes the competences, skills and knowledge requirements of ICT professionals at five proficiency levels. More on the European e-Competence Framework

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IT Professionalism

While the skills and technologies related to ICT have changed in the past forty years, the profession itself has not matured in parallel. Many of the concerns expressed twenty years ago, relating to low levels of professionalism, are still valid today. The risks posed to society and economies dictate that steps be taken to mature the profession. More on IT Professionalism

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