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Professional e-Competence                 in Europe            Dimitris Theodorakis       Policy & Research Officer
The European e-Competence            Framework – e-CF• The European e-Competence Framework  (e-CF) was created by the CEN ...
The European e-Competence              Framework – e-CFDimension 1              PLAN - BUILD - RUN - ENABLE -             ...
The European e-CompetenceFramework – e-CF Professional e-Competence in Europe   4
Aims of the Professional e-Competence in Europe projectTo provide picture of the competences of ICT practitioners in Europ...
Council of European Professional   Informatics Societies               Online               survey                        ...
The outputs                    of the project                        Individual                        profile report     ...
Professional e-Competence in Europe   8
Professional e-Competence in Europe   9
Professional e-Competence in Europe   10
Personal                                            Report ICompetenceArease-Competences                Professional e-Com...
Personal                            Report II                              Competences required by                        ...
Survey Outputs10 National Reports (Belgium, Bosnia andHerzegovina, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,   Malta, Norway, Roman...
Professional e-Competence                                            in Europe             34.3%                          ...
Professional e-Competence                                            in Europe                                         45....
Professional e-Competence                                 in Europe                                IT Manager P01         ...
Professional e-Competence                             in EuropeProfile Distribution:                              1 - 10  ...
Results Synopsis       Only 21% of                                                IT professionalsprofessionals had the e-...
Comparative Results for Belgium I           ITEMS                         BELGIUM           EUROPE Average Age of responde...
Comparative Results for Belgium II          ITEMS                          BELGIUM           EUROPE Respondents by Educati...
Comparative Results for Belgium III             ITEMS                  BELGIUM          EUROPE  Respondents by ICT Profile...
RECOMMENDATIONS1. Young talent is lacking2. Continuous Professional Development3. Defined Career paths4. Gender imbalance5...
European Framework for             ICT ProfessionalismFour key building blocks for an ICT Profession:A common Body of Know...
Driving ICT Professionalism             forwardCompetences• ICT Competence Frameworks provide valueCertification, standard...
E-Skills & ICT Professionalism           Future actionsFollow-up actions:• Stakeholder collaboration• Sustainable business...
Thank you for your attention!        dimitris.theodorakis@cepis.org• The European e-Competence Framework:http://www.ecompe...
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  1. 1. Professional e-Competence in Europe Dimitris Theodorakis Policy & Research Officer
  2. 2. The European e-Competence Framework – e-CF• The European e-Competence Framework (e-CF) was created by the CEN Workshop on ICT Skills• It is a reference framework of 36 ICT competences, classified in five main ICT business areas• Who can use it? Professional e-Competence in Europe 2
  3. 3. The European e-Competence Framework – e-CFDimension 1 PLAN - BUILD - RUN - ENABLE - MANAGEDimension 2 36 reference e-Competences for each areaDimension 3 Proficiency levels of each e- Competence: e-1 to e-5Dimension 4 Samples of knowledge and skills Professional e-Competence in Europe 3
  4. 4. The European e-CompetenceFramework – e-CF Professional e-Competence in Europe 4
  5. 5. Aims of the Professional e-Competence in Europe projectTo provide picture of the competences of ICT practitioners in Europe todayTo raise awareness of the e-CF by using it as the basis for analysis To work towards developing a pan- European vision of professionalism Professional e-Competence in Europe 5
  6. 6. Council of European Professional Informatics Societies Online survey Disseminated via 2000 CEPIS network ofrespondents informatics societies in greater Europe 28 Countries participating Professional e-Competence in Europe 6
  7. 7. The outputs of the project Individual profile report Country report Pan-European reportProfessional e-Competence in Europe 7
  8. 8. Professional e-Competence in Europe 8
  9. 9. Professional e-Competence in Europe 9
  10. 10. Professional e-Competence in Europe 10
  11. 11. Personal Report ICompetenceArease-Competences Professional e-Competence in Europe 11
  12. 12. Personal Report II Competences required by the represented profile (GREEN) Competence required by the profile but where respondent has deficiency (RED) Competences that exceed those required by the profile (BLUE)Professional e-Competence in Europe 12
  13. 13. Survey Outputs10 National Reports (Belgium, Bosnia andHerzegovina, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Norway, Romania and Spain) European report is published Demonstrate the utility of the e-CF as apractical competence framework based on feedback from respondents1st pan-European application of e-CFProfessional e-Competence in Europe 13
  14. 14. Professional e-Competence in Europe 34.3% 30.1% AGE The number of professionals 18.8% 16.8% under 30 is very low – confirms anticipated shortages. < 30 yr 31 .. 40 yr 41 .. 50 yr > 50 yr Europe 16% Italy 8% Finland 24%Gender Ireland 19% Belgium 12%European average of 16% of Malta 16%respondents are female. 12% Spain 11% Norway 15%of respondents for Belgium. Latvia 15% Bosnia-Herz. 19% Romania 28% Professional e-Competence in Europe 14
  15. 15. Professional e-Competence in Europe 45.4% Education More than half of the respondents (51.1%) have 28.2% either a Master or a PhD qualification, but not 17.9% sufficiently focused on IT! 5.7% 2.8%None of the Secondary University University Doctorate above School Bachelors Masters (Phd.) Diploma Degree Degree Professional e-Competence in Europe 15
  16. 16. Professional e-Competence in Europe IT Manager P01 16%Notable IT Quality Manager & Auditor P02 26% Concurrence berween declared anddifferences IT Client Manager P03 13% IT Sales & Mktg Consultant P04 12%between calculated (% on declared) IT Applications Consultant P05 5%declared and Business Analyst P06 6% IT Project Manager P07 17%calculated IT Systems Analyst P08 17% Software Developer P09 40%profiles Integr. & Testing Engineer P10 17% IT Systems Architect P11 15% IT Security Manager P12 30%Only 21% of Database Administrator P13 37%respondents Network Manager P14 11% IT Administrator P15 33%meet the IT Systems Engineer P16 19% Service Support Manager P17 27%calculated IT Trainer P18 31%profile Total 21% Declared profile Europe Calculated profile Professional e-Competence in Europe 16
  17. 17. Professional e-Competence in EuropeProfile Distribution: 1 - 10 11 - 50 51 - 250 251 - 1000 1000+ Europe 11.2% 11.9% 22% 21% 34%By educational level: 80% withuniversity degree Italy n.a.By IT education: 63% main Finland 7.9%6.6% 19% 24% 43%subject Ireland 14.4% 11.7% 13% 19% 42%By IT industry: Professionals Belgium 4.9% 4.4%7% 12% 72% Malta 2.2% 7.7% 45% 35% 10%equally split between supply Spain 13.3% 14.5% 18% 19% 35%(49%) and demand (51%) IT Norway n.a.sector Latvia 27.7% 13.3% 19% 24% 16%By enterprise size: Majority inBosnia-Herz. 12.6% 27.6% 28% 14% 18%large organisations. Romania 6.2% 35.4% 34% 23% 2% KI distribution Plan 1,66 and Build 1,67 and Run 1,68 out of 3,0: to be improved - Enable 1,38: a lot to do - Manage 1,51: a lot to do Professional e-Competence in Europe 17
  18. 18. Results Synopsis Only 21% of IT professionalsprofessionals had the e- IT Manager was the across Europe show a competences to match most declared job low level oftheir declared profile. In profile, however only other words, 79% may competence in some 8% of these matchnot have the breadth of of the five e-CF e- the e-competencese-competences needed competence areas needed for the role. for their roles. especially in ‘Enable’. Professional e-Competence in Europe 18
  19. 19. Comparative Results for Belgium I ITEMS BELGIUM EUROPE Average Age of respondents 43 41 Age segment <30 10.5% 16.8% 41 - 50 years 39.3% 30.1% Female respondents 12% 16% Male respondents 88% 84%Education level of respondents Secondary School Diploma 2.1% 17.9% Master’s Degree 69.6% 45.4% Professional e-Competence in Europe 19
  20. 20. Comparative Results for Belgium II ITEMS BELGIUM EUROPE Respondents by Educational Field Main Focus 48% 63% Side subject 37% 25% Not significant 16% 12%Respondents by Enterprise Size 1 - 10 employees 4.9% 11.2% 11 - 50 employees 4.4% 11.9% 251 - 1000 employees 11.5% 20.8% 1000+ employees 72% 33.9% Professional e-Competence in Europe 20
  21. 21. Comparative Results for Belgium III ITEMS BELGIUM EUROPE Respondents by ICT Profile IT Manager 35.1% 23.6%IT Quality Manager & Auditor 3.7% 2.8% Business Analyst 9.9% 5.7% Software Developer 5.8% 12.9% IT Security Manager 7.3% 2.6% Proximity Profile IT Manager 15.2% 8.0%IT Quality Manager & Auditor 9.9% 4.2% IT Project Manager 16.2% 8.0% % of Declared Profiles 19% 21% matching Proximity Profiles Professional e-Competence in Europe 21
  22. 22. RECOMMENDATIONS1. Young talent is lacking2. Continuous Professional Development3. Defined Career paths4. Gender imbalance5. e-CF application Video, National reports, and the European report can be found at: http://cepis.org/professionalecompetence Professional e-Competence in Europe 22
  23. 23. European Framework for ICT ProfessionalismFour key building blocks for an ICT Profession:A common Body of Knowledge (BoK)?• Large number of BoKs• Are ICT BoKs fit for purpose?• Need to define a Foundational ICT BoK Professional e-Competence in Europe 23
  24. 24. Driving ICT Professionalism forwardCompetences• ICT Competence Frameworks provide valueCertification, standards and qualifications• Certifications and qualifications are crucial• Significant lack of mapping to Competence FrameworksProfessional ethics / codes of conduct• Align codes to a common guidelines or meta framework on ethics issuesEuropean Training Programmes for CIOs / ICTManagers• Address ICT driven innovation challenges Professional e-Competence in Europe 24
  25. 25. E-Skills & ICT Professionalism Future actionsFollow-up actions:• Stakeholder collaboration• Sustainable business model for e-CF• ICT Professional Profiles and career pathways aligned to e-CF• Mapping of certifications and qualifications• Collaboration between academia and industry• Research the possible alignment of existing Codes of Ethics• Support industry engagement Professional e-Competence in Europe 25
  26. 26. Thank you for your attention! dimitris.theodorakis@cepis.org• The European e-Competence Framework:http://www.ecompetences.eu/• CEPIS Professional e-Competence in Europe:http://www.cepis.org/professionalecompetence• E-Skills and ICT Professionalism:http://www.cepis.org/professionalism Professional e-Competence in Europe 26
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