Industry and HR departments
Watch Tata Steel’s Floor Scheffer present his team’s Digital Competence Framework, modelled after the e-Competence Framework (e-CF).
Watch Maurice Willemssen from KPN ICT Consulting talk about the uses and benefits of the European e-Competence Framework to businesses
Watch Martine de Groot-Grosman of VIVAT explain how the company implemented the e-Competence Framework (e-CF), and what benefits were gained in her organisation.
(Germany, United Kingdom, France, Spain)
Airbus Group is using the e-CF within its competence and learning environment. The e-CF enables us to promote the integration of resource assessment and development. A significant additional benefit is that the e-CF promotes comprehensive inter-departmental collaboration.
Pan-European (UK, France, Germany, Italy etc) – headquarters Zurich
Amcor Flexibles use the e-CF competences for role definitions in the IT department, and in individual development plans.
Capgemini use the e-CF as a common language in workforce transformation projects. The company sets up and complements professional profiles in a specific area of expertise and links them to market standards. These new profiles comprise of e-competences, personal competences and business competences. Development opportunities, training courses and certifications are selected and combined with these competences. After workforce transformation, IT Professionals are aware of their competences and how to develop them. IT companies benefit by labour mobility, development paths, curricula design, control on projects and budgets.
“New fields of expertise such as ICT and applied technologies are becoming more mature and require professionalism. As ICT workers grow in their profession, it is expected that their area of expertise will include deep skills. They need e-competences as covered by the e-CF but also specific personal and business competences. This development pattern makes the ICT professional better rounded and more valuable to their client and their organization.”
Co Siebes, Workforce Transformation Consultant Capgemini
Headquarters Paris, France
The Company deploys the e-CF as the common IT reference for the development of job profiles.
The Spanish insurance company with a presence in more than 45 countries and 35.000 employees has implemented the e-CF in its IT departments in order to assess and enhance current job descriptions and streamline investment in training and education.
Poste Italiane has implemented the e-CF for IT professionals to enhance current job descriptions, assess internal IT resources, build development/training programs and ensure alignment of its IT professional system with the e-CF.
Randstad Italia is using e-CF plus to align job profiles with appropriate competences. The company is contemplating offering a certification of e-CF profile (in collaboration with AICA) for some of our commercial propositions (Outplacement, Requalification of competences, Outsourcing).
“The applicability of e-CF is growing day by day in our country, sponsored by the main ICT Association and by Government. Identifying the right profiles through a common language brings clarity and makes it easier to meet the needs of our Customers and Candidates and allowing my Company to propose targeted offers for both of them.”
Lorenzo Comi – ICT Project Manager Specialty ICT
The French multinational aircraft and rocket-engine, aerospace-component, and security company adopted the e-CF in support of HR processes.
“The e-CF as a common description of ICT skills addresses a tangible market need with significant potential. I am pleased to observe IT STAR’s support and ATIC, as a member society, will assist with the e-CF promotion in Romania. Moreover, as CEO of SoftNet Group, I think the e-CF will help in putting order in the process of assessing and selecting appropriate candidates for the corresponding ICT activities”.
Vasile Baltac, ATIC President and CEO SoftNet Group Romania
The Dutch Central Government has related the organisation and personnel structure of IT professionals to the e-CF in support of their educational requirements. This „Kwaliteitsraamwerk IV” defines the standard for IT professional competences, skills and knowledge for IT professionals in Central Government. The e-CF has been used since 2012 to match individual training plans to the offerings from IT professional education providers.
“Especially in the ICT sector, the continuous updating of knowledge, skills and competences of employees according to the fast-moving developments of the market and its technologies are essential for survival. For this reason, the Deutsche Telekom highly welcomed the European initiative for developing a common ICT sector Framework and we were glad to contribute to the experts’ work. From our perspective, the European e-Competence Framework as it looks today with its 40 competences organised by 5 competence areas the industry is familiar with and related to the EQF provides an essential basis for a successful sector framework. A great leap forward which will hopefully be confirmed by Europe-wide appreciation and use.”
Markus Lecke, Senior Expert HRD, Corporate Talent management Deutsche Telekom AG