The Skills4Future.mk platform aims to bring together companies, policy makers and development professionals to explore and find workable solutions to the common
Intensive and well-attended training sessions are being held within the Future Skills Center in Tetovo with 150 applicants (professionals, practitioners, students, etc.) eager to learn and get familiar with topics such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), 3D modelling and renewable energy. Almost 60% of the participants were women!
“As a young designer, I always strive to improve my professional skills so I can start execute my plans. I have attended the 3D modeling training session held by professor Nikola Buleski and I found the process very useful and productive for creating 3D content and transforming my ideas into realistic schemes. Great experience!” – says Amra Ismani, a young and aspiring fashion designer from Skopje.
The Future Skills Centar established within Soutth East European University in Tetovo and www.skills4future.mk initiative bring together businesses, industry professionals, academia, the public sector, economic development networks supporting the culture of collaboration through the introduction of new technologies to achieve transformative change.
The Skills4Future.mk platform aims to bring together companies, policy makers and development professionals to explore and find workable solutions to the common challenges facing local businesses.
The platform is used to support firms in the three industrial sectors: construction, textile and renewable energy sources to discuss and negotiate a new, possible model for overcoming the skills shortage, which is becoming one of the biggest obstacles.