Skills and training
Includes hosting or providing training courses, training sessions or other ways to provide digital and non-digital skills.
This function is fulfilled in the action plan of Transilvania DIH using the expertise of the Transilvania IT orchestrator, ARIES Transilvania and the member university centers, all being accredited training providers and having a rich portfolio of courses and graduates.
In addition, this function will be performed by integrating the expertise of the resource persons within the Transilvania DIH supporters and the Advisory Board of the Transilvania Digital Innovation Hub.
Some of the Transylvania DIH partners with expertise for skills development activities, which will deliver these types of services are:
ARIES Transilvania: authorized center for continuous professional training of adults that constantly adapts the curricula and the topics of the programs to the market requirements. At this moment the association has authorization for the Trainer and Entrepreneurial Skills courses. In August 2020, the file for the accreditation of the Digital Competences course was submitted to the National Qualifications Authority. It has qualified staff with experience in organizing training programs, with over 5 years of experience in delivering authorized courses to employees of the business environment it represents.
Transilvania IT Cluster: is a non-governmental association, non-patrimonial, apolitical, independent, non-profit, in order to promote and support member companies and institutions in the IT&C sector, to increase their competitiveness at national and international level. One of the main pillars of the cluster’s activity is the development of skills and capabilities among employees of member companies and beyond. The cluster is currently implementing a project funded by the Human Capital Operational Program, which will provide technical and non-technical courses for approximately 800 employees working in priority development sectors according to SNCDI.
Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca: doctoral programs for the following fields: Mathematics, Computer Science, Cybernetics and Statistics, Accounting, Finance, Management, Economics, Economics and International Business, Marketing, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics. Master’s programs: a total of 228 accredited master’s programs in 37 master’s fields: 143 study programs in Romanian, 40 in Hungarian, 36 in English, 5 programs in German, 3 programs in French and 1 program in Italian. At the undergraduate level, it has 21 faculties, including mathematics and ICT, chemistry and chemical engineering, biology and geology, in addition to faculties with a social sciences profile, respectively theater and television.
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca: bachelor’s and master’s programs at the 12 faculties divided into two educational centers in Cluj-Napoca and Baia Mare, including automation and computers, machine building, electronics, telecommunications and information technology, materials and environmental engineering, electrical, plant and mechanical engineering. The master’s degree programs can be: professional master’s degree, mainly oriented towards the formation of professional competencies; research master’s degree, mainly oriented towards the formation of scientific research skills. The learning realized within the research master can be equivalent to the first year of study within the doctoral study programs. Doctoral programs such as scientific doctorate, which aims to produce original scientific knowledge, international relevance, based on scientific methods, organized only in the form of full-time education. The fields for doctoral studies are: Computers and information technology, Systems engineering, Philology, Philosophy, Industrial engineering, Mechanical engineering, Engineering and management, Mathematics, Architecture, Materials engineering, Environmental engineering, Civil engineering and installations, Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, telecommunications and information technologies.