Save the Date: Deep Tech Skills Days – Activating the Ecosystem for Talent Development

We are very pleased to announce that the flagship event of the EIT Deep Tech Talent Initiative will take place on 12 – 13 November in Warsaw, Poland.

For two days we will bring together stakeholders committed to skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling talents in deep tech fields and willing to connect to new stakeholders, as well as individuals eager to connect to companies, training organizations and academia.

Do not miss a great opportunity to:

  • Become visible and engage with +350 members of our Pledger community who will present their offering and various collaboration possibilities during the event.
  • Be known within the EIT Deep Tech Talent ecosystem and beyond.
  • Have a say in supporting an initiative that is training one million people in deep tech.
  • Join us in celebrating the winners of the EIT Deep Tech Talent’s Call for Training Proposals 2024 and the Deep Tech Trainer of the Year.

At EIT Deep Tech Talent, we believe that “your network is your net worth,” and we want Pledgers to be the protagonists of the Deep Tech Skills Days. Therefore, we are offering the opportunity to lead breakout sessions throughout the two-day event.

We invite you to stay tuned to our communication channels, as registrations will open in the coming days.

About the EIT Deep Tech Talent Initiative

The EIT Deep Tech Talent Initiative is an EU-funded pioneering program led by the European Institute of Technology and Innovation (EIT), and was officially launched in 2022 by Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth.

The aim of the Initiative is to address the deep tech skills gap in Europe by skilling, upskilling, and reskilling one million people within certain deep tech fields by the end of 2025.

To do this, it is developing a pool from across Europe of:

  • Pledgers: Universities, training providers, enterprises, and enterprise associations, national edtech and deep tech ecosystems, foundations, ministries, local authorities and public organisations interested in skilling, upskilling, and reskilling talent
  • Talent: Adult learners, either currently in work or on the job market, along with students at secondary or higher education with an interest in deep tech