Human Capital Development. Perspectives for Moldova

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Human Capital Development. Perspectives for Moldova

  1. 1. Ana Chirita, Executive DirectorMay 19, 2011
  2. 2. 2What it is? With support from
  3. 3. MissionQLab supports the competitiveness enhancement of theMoldovan ICT sector and promote maturation of the marketthrough active knowledge transfer to contribute to theoverall Moldovan economy growth.VisionIn 3 year period, Qlab will create a platform of knowledgeand best practice transfer that will contribute to theorganizational excellence and the qualification of one thirdof the private IT companies and IT specialists; become themain counterpart of the businesses and government in ICTresearch and innovation and prepare the background totriple the effective output of the education system in IT.
  4. 4. Previous results
  5. 5. Past and future• In the last one year, Qlab trained about 5% of the 2000 people represented by ATIC it is planned to reach 30% in three years.• Aggregate the existing demand in training and find the optimized solutions in 5 areas where local capacity exists• Build local capacity in 3 strategic areas• 700-1000 trained specialists in the above mentioned areas.
  6. 6. Provide process improvementconsultation and/or certification forthe private companies• Reasonable number of companies and organizations trained their people increase their capacity• Companies and organization supported to improve processes and quality• Companies and organization certified on international standards
  7. 7. Initiate, Plan and Perform Research andInnovation Activities • Identify and explore opportunities to support ICT sector ( work with donors) – at least 5 projects in the above mentioned areas. • Assess, analyze and forecast labor and qualification needs for the ICT development in the next 5 years • Provide research, training and analysis about eGovernment development • Initiate, plan and perform technology and innovation research
  8. 8. 3 Year Results• Reach 3000 of ICT specialties graduates per year( now it is 1500)• Improve the effectiveness of the education system measured as “people ready to be employed” from 10%- 15% to 50%• Introduction of optional/mandatory IT services related courses• Improved curriculum for ICT( measures to be defined)
  9. 9. Government Effective eGovernmen t ICT SectorEducation ICT Industry Competitive Education Modern CoE Competitive Economy Economy
  10. 10. Thank you!

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