Malta joins the leading pack of European countries in the serious implementation of the European Digital Agenda. We do this both at local and European level. Digital Skills best practices in any country are very effective since they reduce cost and increase successful implementation for other countries. This is why many National Digital Coalitions like our foundation is always keeping an eye for European collaboration.
Microsoft in collaboration with HEPIS (Hellenic Professional Informatics Society) on an initiative where youths in Greece can learn Digital skills for free. This is part of the Microsoft Youthspark Initiative. CSM and the eSkills Malta Foundation have collaborated with HEPIS so that this interesting initiative is extended to the Maltese islands. The Foundation is in total agreement with quality initiatives that can expand and increase digital skills, whoever the audience, and we are pleased to offer this opportunity to all Training companies, Education, colleges and Universities. Students can be given the opportunity to increase their digital coding skills.
In this respect, I would like to entice you to take advantage of this opportunity since it can only be taken until the end of December 2017. Should you be interested or have any query please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Congratulations to all of our contestants who participated in last Friday’s Public Speaking Competition held at the Gozo College Secondary School. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the volunteers at the English Speaking Union (ESU) in Gozo, the Chairperson Mr John Barnes, in particular. The ESU will be announcing details of the Public Speaking Summer School in due course. Anyone interested in participating, please contact Mr John Barnes at this email address: email@example.com.
On the 27th October 2017, the Gozo College Student Council Middle school invited Ms Lisa Kock and Ms Sarah Stafrace from Kellimni.com. They delivered a talk to year 11 on mental health and the services that kellimni.com offers for young people to benefit from. Students were also informed about this initiative that is an online support service run by trained staff and volunteers reachable through e-mail, chat and smart messaging 24/7 for support. Students were also able to ask questions about the services that they provide.