NTT DATA Romania SA, as beneficiary, launches the project “IDEA - Innovate, Discover, Evolve, Apply”, ID SMIS 142366, agreement no. POCU/861/3/12/142366, a project co-financed by the European Social Fund through the Human Resources Development Operational Programme 2014-2020.
Through the implementation of this project, the company aims to improve the knowledge and skills of the team, according to SNC and SNCDI, by providing vocational training, assessment and certification of primary/advanced and specialised IT skills for 251 employees over a period of 18 months.
The main activities to be carried out under the project (organisation of vocational training programmes and skills certification) have been designed to ensure that employees acquire relevant skills appropriate to current labour market requirements.
“We invest continually in training programmes, integrating business objectives with market requirements, but also respecting colleagues’ career development aspirations. The development opportunities we have created within the company focus mainly on acquiring technical skills, but also on those related to core activities. By accessing the European Social Fund through the Human Resources Development Operational Programme 2014-2020, we want to accelerate training and certification activities to increase the number of professionals with a high degree of expertise.” Maria Metz, CEO NTT DATA Romania
The project contributes to the overall objective of the Human Resources Development Operational Programme to increase the adaptability of enterprises in the priority sectors identified within SNC and SNCDI and to support the involvement of employers in the development of employees’ skills, in particular of primary/advanced digital skills and of those required by IT specialist.
The project “IDEA - Innovate, Discover, Evolve, Apply” runs from 22nd June 2021 to 21st December 2022 at the NTT DATA Romania offices in Brașov, Cluj-Napoca, Iași, Sibiu and Timișoara. The total value of the project is RON 2,710,551.60, of which RON 1,164,019.30 is grant funding.
The project is co-financed by the European Social Fund through the Human Resources Development Operational Programme 2014-2020.
IDEA Project contact:
Dan Olovinaru, Project Manager