Given the fast pace of change, this is no doubt challenging and the emergence and convergence of a number of technologies and how these are transforming all industries including the traditional ones will definitely require our educational systems to transform themselves. The gap between education and jobs is further widened by limited innovation in learning systems. Going forward, there is an opportunity for public and private sector leaders to reset primary and secondary education systems, and co-design content and delivery that deliver on children’s needs for the future.
Tech.mt is taking a key role in championing the role of digital education. We have launched and continue to work hard to offer courses of all levels for various cohorts of our society to get familiar with digital skill sets. We remain committed to enhancing the education and talent component and access at all levels.
This article is part of the Malta Competiteveness Report 2020 Series by Tech.mt.
Posts in Series:
- Tech.mt played an important role in the attainment of the positive developments within this (Digital) Sphere
- Malta ranks 32nd from 173 countries in terms of ICT Infrastructure
- Malta’s eCommerce Sales
- Malta is investing in new digital skills
- Productivity growth fastest in tech-driven businesses
- ICT skills should be taught as from early stages in education