The main expected results are:
- Documentation of skills mismatches in mobile apps sector.
- A VET programme and open access learning resources (MOOC) on mobile apps creation skills in 5 EU languages (English, Italian, French, Dutch and Spanish).
- A Memorandum of Understanding for mutual recognition AppSkil learning outcomes.
- A Memorandum of Cooperation for the establishment of an EU ICT Skills Council.
Final project deliverables are listed below.
D661 Memorandum of Cooperation for the promotion of the AppSkil EU ICT Skills Alliance and the improvement of ICT skills through membership to the “Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition”03-10-2017 17:58
The Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) defines the objectives, terms and procedures for cooperation between the signatory institutions willing to promote the AppSkil EU ICT Skills Alliance and to improve ICT skills through membership to the “Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition”.
ICT sector stakeholders, including social partners, professional associations in ICT, relevant VET providers and VET authorities, as well as bodies and organisations that contribute to the exchange of knowledge between VET and the business world, are encouraged to sign the proposed Memorandum of Cooperation.
D652 AppSkil Card01-08-2017 14:52
The AppSkil card (Certificate of Attendance) will be used as a certification to prove the acquisition of skills by learners. VET providers can download and fill in each certificate (AppSkil Card) for the trainees after attendance at the course.
D651 Memorandum of Understanding for mutual recognition of AppSkil learning outcomes01-08-2017 14:58
The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to articulate the bases and general principles for cooperation among the signatory institutions, to promote the AppSkil project results. The document includes the learning outcomes assessment procedures and introduces the concept of the APPSkil card. Stakeholder organisations, National and European qualification bodies are invited to sign the MoU.
D421 Curriculum structure and design24-02-2017 10:38
The objective of this report is to design the curriculum structure of the course in order to address the AppSkil learning outcomes, which are grouped into different modules, each having specific aims. The report also describes teaching and learning methodologies for effectively achieving these outcomes as well as assessment systems and methods suitable for these methodologies. This work is carried out in the context of the European recommendations and regulations, and by following the specific guidelines for VET courses.
D411 AppSkil VET program learning outcomes20-05-2016 12:53
The report is the first deliverable of Work Package 4 (WP4), during which partnership is going to work on “Joint curriculum design and validation”.
The main purpose of this report is to transform the results of previous reports (deliverables D3.3.1 “Existing skills supply documentation” and D3.3.2 “Skills mismatches in mobile apps sector”) into learning outcomes and modules.
The report outlines the learning outcomes necessary for learners to create commercially successful mobile apps, taking into account business, design and user understanding aspects.
Download the full report to explore the four (4) AppSkil modules formed, as well as the methodology that led to them.
D341 Skills mismatches in mobile apps sector22-02-2016 13:44
This is the Skills Mismatch Report from Work Package 3.4 of the AppSkils Project.
D331 Existing skills supply documentation01-02-2016 11:53
The report maps the existing educational and training curricula in the consortium’s countries to determine the expected skills supply of individuals entering the workforce of the mobile apps industry.
D321 European qualifications for mobile apps creators30-09-2015 15:34
The aim of this report is to provide an overview of the current diffusion of certifications in Europe in the field of mobile apps and to take a snapshot of existing certifications and qualification programs.
This report provides some understanding of certifications and qualification programs features and highlights the learning outcomes required in the field of the mobile app sector. It aims to give an overview of the relative analysis in comparison with the various diplomas and models of current qualifications in various countries in the field of mobile applications, namely: Belgium, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Northern-Ireland, Portugal and Spain.
D312 Skills demand validation report02-02-2016 10:01
The aim of this report is to identify and analyse the required competences for mobile Apps creators to develop and commercialise mobile apps.
D311 Results of the analysis phase19-02-2016 15:35
The main purpose of this report is to identify the required skills set that mobile apps creators need in order to effectively develop and commercialise mobile apps: technical, design, user understanding and business skills.