CompTrain - Competence Needs for Formation and Training in Multimedia Jobs

 
   
 


CompTrain is an initiative of the EUROPEAN MULTIMEDIA FORUM (EMF), the EUROPEAN MULTIMEDIA ASSOCIATIONS CONVENTION (EMMAC) and their international partners.

CompTrain defines competences and skills required in multimedia jobs and professions through:
1. a CATALOGUE OF MULTIMEDIA/NEW TECHNOLOGIES PROFESSIONS, TASKS & SKILLS: [FR/EN/DE]
2. a set of TRAINING MODULES RECOMMENDATIONS [FR/EN/DE]

CompTrain furthermore makes available a portfolio of tools to assist students, workers, SMEs and training institutions:
- SKILLS & COMPETENCES QUESTIONNAIRE
- SELF-ASSESSMENT

- JOB-EXCHANGE PLATFORM
- DIRECTORY OF TRAINING CURRICULA FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES

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  If you are:

-A STUDENT / WORKER: Assess your competences and/or deposit your CV in our database.
-A COMPANY looking for skilled staff: Check if your job requirements descriptions corresponds to the definitions of jobs prevailing in the market and search for skilled staff in our database.
-A TRAINING INSTITUTION: Benchmark your training curricula to the market requirements and/or promote them on the market.

Make use of our on-line tools!

Fill in our QUESTIONNAIRE to help us fine-tune the definition of skills and competences required in our industry.
Use our SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL to assess your competences and skills.
Go to the JOB-EXCHANGE PLATFORM and search our database of CVs or add your own CV to it.
Promote your training course in our DIRECTORY OF TRAINING CURRICULA FOR NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Apply for the EMMAC "LABEL OF INDUSTRY COMPLIANCE"


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CompTrain is co-financed by the Leonardo Programme of the EU
Disclaimer:
The information contained in this website does not necessarily reflect the European Commission's or the Partners' official position.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of all information contained in this website, the Leonardo Programme cannot be held responsible for any loss arising out of inaccurate data contained herein.