What's new in Big Data for LMIS - green and digital skills, combination of data, occupational profiles, AI in education and in the labour market

Online capacity development programme 2024

The European Training Foundation (ETF) initiated the 'Big Data for Labour Market Intelligence' project in 2019, dedicated to crafting an innovative data system for skills demand analysis using online job vacancies. In the initial phase (2019-2021), significant milestones were achieved, including the establishment of databases and online visualization platforms in Ukraine, Tunisia, and Georgia. The project's ongoing second phase (2022) expands its reach to include Egypt and Kenya, focusing on data quality enhancement and exploring novel themes such as digital skills, green jobs, remote working, and AI. The 2023 addition of Morocco marks another strategic milestone in the project's evolution, continuing commitment to pioneering approaches in labor market intelligence.

ETF works with a specialised consortium: Lightcast  and CRISP – University Milano Bicocca
Every year the project carries out regular capacity development programmes, and all resources and learning materials are accessible online for any interested institution. In the dedicated YouTube channel you find over 20 videos covering different aspects of the concepts, methodology, analysis and use cases.

The online capacity development programme 2024 is structured in two modules:

1. State of the Project, New Dimensions, Digital and Green Analysis, 14 February 2024, 08:00 - 12:00 (GMT) / 09:00 - 13:00 (CET)

2. AI and the impact on Labour Market - Evidence from ETF Countries, AI for Education, 16 February 2024, 08:00 - 12:00 (GMT) / 09:00 - 13:00 (CET)

Contact: Eduarda Castel Branco, Senior Human Capital Development Expert, ecb@etf.europa.eu 

More information

Day 1, session 1 - Big Data for Labour Market Intelligence
Day 1, session 2 - Digital and green analysis
Day 1, session 3 - Combine and compare OJV data with traditional data
Day 1, session 4 - AI and education
Day 1, session 5 - Occupational profiles
Day 2, session 1 - AI impact on the labour market
Day 2, session 2 - New dimensions and dashboards for skills analysis development
Day 2, session 4 - Social profiles for analytics
Speakers' biographies