A great digital school: Ile-de-France focuses a quarter of its training on information technology

In an observatory called the Gender Survey, the Big School of Records identified IT skills needs and distributed available technology training across the country. As of January 1, 2023, 14,000 educational paths in information technology have been identified, including 25% in the Paris region. Hiring is supported in Project Management, Security, Cloud, Networking and Telecom.

Certified Training Network Senior Digital School (GEN) Results published yesterday from the observatory Skills needs and digital training offer in France. Several databases were used for this project called Gen scan. These are those of the Mon Compte Formation (CPF) network, Onisep and the Carif-Oref network. Analysis of these elements led to the emergence of a geographical representation of job offers and information technology training, with graphs of distribution by family of occupations, in addition to trend and evolution curves. IT skills needs were estimated from advertisements published on January 1, 2023. A key item shows that for training in new technologies, it is best to move to Ile-de-France.

The region alone concentrates nearly 1 out of 4 digital courses offered in the French capital (24.7%). For their part, Occitanie, Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes each offer more than 10% of the courses available. In Normandy, the Val-de-Loire Centre, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Paca and Corsica we find the least number of apprenticeships in techniques in proportion to the general offer. Thus each of them includes less than 3% of the roads in this sector.

The distribution of training by region is in line with the distribution of digital jobs. Very important in Ile-de-France. (Source: Grande Ecole du Numérique Credit: Grande Ecole du Numérique)

Applications for all skill levels

On the employment side, the number of proposals continues to grow across all digital occupations at all skill levels. Thus, managers, technicians and engineers are ordered in equal proportions. However, the expectations are very high in occupations related to managing and managing IT projects, which account for roughly one position being filled in the four, 20,000 vacancies listed at the beginning of the year. About 2,500 training courses in IT project management were recorded in the region. Security, cloud, networking, and telecom also top the most popular categories, almost on par with project management. Focusing on a quarter of IT offerings, these occupations have grown in importance since the health crisis and the widespread adoption of remote work. Also in this sector there are the most courses (6,009), even if the current offer does not keep up with the needs, especially in the field of security and cloud.

There are still strong expectations from mayors for careers related to project management, security, cloud, networking, and communications. (Source: Grande Ecole du Numérique Credit: Grande Ecole du Numérique)

Big data training is provided in default mode

3H A place in the genre-check ranking for Developers and DevOps is secured with one in five job offers currently offered in France (that’s 15,850 positions) and 3,600 dedicated learning paths. Next come data/IA/IoT offerings, which have had a boom here with 13,600 requests nationally. This study indicates that since 2014, there have been many courses in the big data sector (1438), mostly online. On the other hand, there are only 235 courses in IoT, while the needs are set to increase. Digital communications, marketing and e-commerce professionals, ranked fifth, have been entirely affected by digitization: they account for 15% of IT job offers listed on January 1, 2023, but they account for 30% of the total supply.Digital training. E-commerce jobs have been the hottest in this sector since the crisis.

In September 2023, the next report from the Great School of Numbers will be based this time on the development of statistics and the stress index in the first half of 2023. It will make it possible to identify trends more precisely to highlight the differences between the digital skills needs of companies and the training offer in all regions.

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