Funded by the European Union under the HaDEA Agency, CloudCamp4SMEs commits to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the European Union (EU) stay ahead of the curve, by providing access to high-quality, low-cost training courses focusing on in-demand digital skills for Cloud Technologies and Cloud solutions.

CloudCamp4SMEs is empowering SMEs to digitally transform their businesses and is a unique Cloud Training Programme tailored specifically to the needs of SMEs located in five EU countries. These pilot countries – Denmark, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Poland – were carefully selected to cover all the different types of innovation performance at the EU level, ensuring that the training addresses the specific needs of SMEs in any country, regardless of their innovation status.

With the help of three leading Certified Cloud Training providers in Europe and one Business Association per pilot country to recruit and support participating SMEs, CloudCamp4SMEs aims to train around 400 SMEs – and over 1,000 participants – to start. After the pilot, the program will be scaled across Europe through the recruitment of new training providers and business associations.

CloudCamp4SMEs has assembled a top-notch consortium led by coordinators FundingBox, and also as partner including Schuman Associates – a leading Brussels-based Advisory Firm – to develop the sustainability strategy and liaise with the Digital Skills & Jobs Platform together with training providers FastLane, Mylia, Adecco-Mylia, and Modis and business associations AFM, INVEMA Modis, CERR, ZPP, and bwcon with support from Amazon Web Services (AWS) – the global leader in cloud technology – and the EBN Network, CloudCamp4SMEs is poised to make a huge impact on the digital transformation of SMEs all around Europe.

 

Source : European Digital Skills & Jobs Platform

 

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CloudCamp4SMEs

Digital technology / specialisation

  • Cloud Computing
  • Digital skills

Geographic Scope - Country

  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Poland
  • Spain

Target audience

  • Digital skills for the labour force.
  • Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts.