Microsoft supports Dutch digital skills programme

Tuesday 31 March 2015 | 10:34 CET | News
Microsoft has signed up to the so-called Werkakkoord in the Netherlands. This includes a partnership with the employment agency UWV to run the three-week 'School for the future' pilot programme, providing "21st century" skills to pupils at a primary school. The agreement signed by Microsoft Netherlands general manager Edwin Hageman with the ministers Lodewijk Asscher and Jet Bussemaker supports the government's aim to improve the digital skills provided in schools. The School for the future programme will incorporate new digital and technical learning methods, including entrepreneurial skills

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Categories: General
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Netherlands
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