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Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills (implementing the ‘Blueprint’)

Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills (implementing the ‘Blueprint’) - Κεντρική Εικόνα

General information

The call aims to create new strategic approaches and cooperation for concrete skills development solutions – both in the short and the medium term – in given economic sectors, or in areas implementing a major action of the European Skills Agenda for sustainable competitiveness, social fairness and resilience, the Pact for Skills.

The main objective of the Pact is to mobilise and incentivise all relevant stakeholders to take concrete actions for the upskilling and reskilling of the workforce, by pooling efforts and setting up partnerships, also at EU level addressing the needs of the labour market, supporting green and digital transitions as well as national, regional and local skills and growth strategies.

Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills seek to tackle skills gaps in the labour market that hamper growth, innovation and competitiveness in specific sectors or areas, aiming both at short term interventions and long term strategies.

These Alliances will be implemented in the 14 industrial ecosystems identified in the New Industrial Strategy for Europe.

The Ecosystems that are relevant for the CMA goals in the Black Sea are:

1. Tourism

2. Mobility-Transport-Automotive

3. Aerospace and Defence

4. Agri-food

5. Low-carbon energy Intensive Industries

6. Digital

7. Renewable Energy

Link with CMA Goals

Goal II: A competitive, innovative and sustainable blue economy for the Black Sea / Priority 3: Promote blue skills and blue careers as an engine for innovation and competitiveness.

Key Conditions

The organisations can be involved as full partner, affiliated entity or associated partner under Lot 2 - Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills (Blueprint). They can be public or private organisations legally established in a Programme Country or in any Partner Country (see section "Eligible Countries" in Part A of the Programme Guide)

Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey
61 million euro (maximum grant per Project is 4 million)
Sector of activity: 
Blue Careers, Education