||- ADOBE XD
||- Social Media Marketing
||- 3D Animation
||- Video Editing Apps
THE DS4A IS IMPLEMENTED THROUGH THE FOLLOWING PHASES
Interested participants need to apply through the provided Application form below:
Second Phase: The DS4A and RIT Kosovo (A.U.K) will invite applicants for entry exam and evaluate all of applicant submissions based on the general knowledge related to the training bundles. The selection will be published with points for each candidate, and it will determine ranking order and bootcamp placement.
Third Phase: Based on results of the selection, each qualifying candidate will be notified of placement within Bootcamps and training schedule. Trainings will be organized in a hybrid model, with 60% in-person and 40% online content. The main language of training courses will be English.
Note: A waiting list will be developed based on rankings. In case of withdrawal or no attendance, the candidate will be immediately replaced with a new applicant from the waiting list.
Timeline for activities:
WHO CAN APPLY?
Eligible persons who can apply for the DS4A shall meet the following conditions:
- All youth under the age of 29
- Students and recent BSc graduates
- Recent graduates (BSc cohorts from 2017 – 2022)
- Ethnic minority groups
- Youth (18 -24)
- Persons from rural areas
- Persons with disabilities
Persons not eligible for application are those who:
- Do not belong to the 18-29 age group
- Have previously benefited from the Digital Skills Program.
- Are in conflict of interest with Programme stakeholders and decision makers.
Application call is open until 26 April 2023
The cost of ICT bootcamps is covered by the Programme.
About the UNDP Kosovo Digital Skills Project
The project builds on the potential of the Digital Economy to provide job opportunities and contribute to economic growth for improved livelihoods for young people. In particular, the intervention provides opportunities for skills development as a key enabler to enhance employability for both sustainable development and social cohesion through targeting specific population groups. The project aims to bridge the skills gap between the targeted population group and the market needs of digital economy, as a means of creating employment and economic growth while simultaneously enhancing inter-ethnic dialogue and understanding. Through a Digital Skills for All (DS4A) approach, the project will increase the digital skillset via bootcamps in six major areas: digital design, digital marketing, web development, networking, mobile applications, and data engineering. Through the DS4A, the project foresees upskilling up to 180 women and men as well as enable young women to access online freelancing opportunities. The trainings will provide the fundamental know-how, introducing users to a range of tools and programming languages currently in high demand within the ICT sector.