Data Corner joined the Pact for Skills program of European Commission
Data Corner, a leading big data firm in Portugal, is proud to announce that it has become an official member of the Pact for Skills program, initiated by the European Commission. This prestigious membership allows us to display the Pact for Skills badge in our communications, symbolizing our commitment to addressing skill gaps in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics in collaboration with our partners in Portugal and across Europe.
As part of Europe's ambitious goal to upskill 1 million deep tech experts by 2025, Data Corner and its partners are dedicated to leveraging our expertise and resources to contribute to this journey. We offer project-based upskilling programs in data science, data engineering, and data analysis, providing learners with practical, hands-on experience to enhance their skills and capabilities in these critical domains.
One of our key tools in this effort is our online platform, Analytics Talent Assessment (ATA), which has been recognized in several EU programs. ATA enables individuals to assess their existing skills and knowledge in data analytics, and helps them create customized upskilling roadmaps aligned with their talents and interests. This personalized approach allows learners to develop their skills in a targeted manner, maximizing their potential for success in the AI and big data analytics job market.
"We are thrilled to be a part of the Pact for Skills program and contribute to the upskilling of deep tech experts in Europe," said Dr. Vala Ali Rohani, CEO of Data Corner. "With our project-based upskilling programs and ATA platform, we are committed to empowering individuals with the necessary skills to thrive in the data-driven economy."
Data Corner's participation in the Pact for Skills program is a testament to our dedication to fostering skill development in the field of AI and big data analytics. We look forward to collaborating with our partners and making a meaningful contribution to Europe's goal of upskilling 1 million deep tech experts by 2025. Together, we are confident in our ability to bridge the skill gaps in the market and drive innovation in the data industry.