Skills.move (Learning Platform)​

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Get ready to manufacture your future!

Skills.move is EIT Manufacturing’s guided learning platform.

Skills.move aims to support Europe’s manufacturing industry to upskill and reskill its current and future workforce by providing individuals easy access to a personalised learning experience.

The curriculum has been co-created with EIT Manufacturing’s partner community in line with pre-identified industry needs.

Why join?

By joining Skills.move you will gain:

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Skills for the future

The skills you need to perform and grow in your career, and stay on top of new technologies and trends.

Recognised certificates

Certificates recognised by prestigious partners.

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Hands-on experience

Theoretical study that is complemented with practical learning experiences, co-created with industry and academia. Learning Factories and real working environments through Teaching Factory training projects. Access to different types of didactic resources, like e-learning units, practical task lessons, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), along with learning assessments to achieve and verify your desired competencies.

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A tailored learning journey

Combine the right learning units and learning paths, to meet your own learning needs. Learn what, when and where you like.

How to get started

  • Click here to access Skills.move! 
  • Browse through the Skills.move platform and consult the catalogue  – this can be done even without any formal registration.
  • Register to start a course. It’s easy: just click “sign-in” and follow the step-by-step process.

Send us a message

Let´s connect

Contact our headquarters or our co-location centres

EIT Manufacturing is headquartered in Paris-Saclay and has five Co-Location Centres (CLCs) across Europe.

EIT Manufacturing’s Co-Location Centres (CLCs) are strategically situated to link regions that have high levels of manufacturing activity and advanced technology.