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Date 2. September 2020
Please help skillaware to improve its competence development offerings. (Source: skillaware)

New online portfolio of products for all banking institutions and employees

Date 14. April 2020
In 2020, a particular aim of the campaign is to empower the bank employees, enabling them to take independent action towards developing their own competences on a continual and long-term basis and sustaining their employability. Competence development and life long learning therefore have to be accessible to all employees and engage them at an emotional level. To this end, skillaware offers a portfolio of products for all banking institutions. (Source: skillaware)

Press release: Social partners of the banking sector confirm positive initial results of first Switzerland-wide campaign to promote basic competences

Date 5. February 2020
More than 8,000 people have so far taken part in skillaware, the Switzerland-wide awareness campaign for bank employees, and have completed the online self-evaluation focusing on basic competences and employability in the banking industry today. Overall, respondents’ assessments of their basic competences were positive. Although the campaign itself concluded at the end of January 2020, the self-evaluation will continue to be available for bank employees to support life-long learning. Moreover, the social partners are planning further measures associated with skillaware over the course of the year. (Source: skillaware)

Press release launch of the «skillaware» campaign – Fit for the world of banking

Date 5. September 2019
The social partners Employers in Banking, Swiss Bank Employees Association and the Association of Commercial Employees launched a national campaign for the Swiss banking centre today. “skillaware” focuses on a self-assessment and developing basic competences in the banking sector with the objective of maintaining the employability. (Source: skillaware)

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