Automotive Skills Alliance presents ongoing work to its 90+ partners

Since its inception one and a half years ago, the Automotive Skills Alliance (ASA) held a virtual partnership meeting on 5 May. The initiative of the ASA, initially launched under the European Pact for Skills, aims to support the skills-gap in the transition of the automotive sector.

Today, the ASA has over 90 partners from industry to academia, to regions and cluster representatives, all channelling information and mobilising financial resources for industry and regions dedicated to green and digital skills. It is recognised as the go-to European platform for stakeholder participation and collaboration on the EU Skills Agenda in the mobility ecosystem.

All the effort since its foundation has gone in the direction of expanding the range of services offered to the partners. These include the creation of dedicated working groups following key topics, the launch of regional up-/re-skilling pilot projects, as well as regular information flows provided to the partners via the monthly Newsflash. Moreover, the ASA Academy concept was recently launched with the aim to provide a consistent format to include all the training courses and tools already available within the Alliance.

Several ASA representatives have been involved in the promotion of the Alliance,  participating in many events, webinars and workshops organised at EU, national and regional levels during the last year, explaining to policymakers the urgency of providing the right framework to support the green and digital transformation for the automotive ecosystem without leaving anyone behind.

The partnership meeting concluded with positive feedback and a joint commitment to continue the good work done so far and to further strengthen the role of the Alliance.

If you are interested to learn more about the ASA, please download the leaflet.


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