Project Title

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Initiative: Promoting an Inclusive Digitally Skilled Workforce for Sustainable Growth among APEC Economies 

Project Year

2022   

Project Number

HRD 09 2022A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

HRD 09 2022A 

Project Title

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Initiative: Promoting an Inclusive Digitally Skilled Workforce for Sustainable Growth among APEC Economies 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2022 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

118,780 

Co-funding Amount

385,550 

Total Project Value

504,330 

Sponsoring Forum

Human Resource Development Working Group (HRDWG) 

Topics

Human Resources Development 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

United States 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Canada; China; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; Chinese Taipei; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/02/2023 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2024 

Project Proponent Name 1

Christopher Watson 

Job Title 1

Senior Advisor for Asia and the Pacific and APEC Affairs, International Labor Affairs Bureau 

Organization 1

US Department of Labor 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(1-202) 6934858 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

Watson.Christopher@dol.gov 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Christopher Watson 

Project Summary

There is a great urgency for APEC governments, employers, and academia to invest in digital upskilling and reskilling of the workforce, as digital skills have become integral to the future of work and post-COVID-19 recovery. This project will engage multi-stakeholders (governments, employers, training providers, and academia) on current challenges and opportunities in digital skills workforce development. This project will build on the APEC Roadmap to Closing the Digital Skills Gap by 2030, culminating in a 2023 Forum which will update Policy Guidance on Digital Skills / Workforce Development: Inclusive and Sustainable Best Practices. 

This project seeks to advance: 1) Thailand’s 2022 APEC host year priority “…facilitating greater business mobility, while utilizing digital technology to accelerate connectivity within the region,” 2) Aotearoa Plan of Action, 3) APEC Roadmap to Closing the Digital Skills Gap by 2030, endorsed by the HRDWG in 2019; and also 4) 2021 APEC Leaders Statements.

Relevance

Issues: The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the digital skills gap and created a greater urgency for all stakeholders including governments, employers, training providers and academia to invest in digital upskilling and reskilling of the workforce. The widening of the skills gap has coincided with unprecedented levels of unemployment – 75 million young people are out of work worldwide.  At the same time, reports in 2020 projected a shortage of 38 – 40 million highly skilled workers. In the post-COVID-19 recovery, digital skills are effectively a prerequisite for many employees, but digitally skilled workers are at the top of the skills shortage in Asia-Pacific economies. According to a 2019 survey on closing the digital skills gap, 75 percent of respondents – comprised of employers, government officials, and academics – reported a significant skills mismatch. Without more upskilling programs to improve digital expertise, the survey reveals, many workers may lose their jobs to automation. Now more than ever, there is a need for all employees – both in the APEC region and worldwide – to gain greater understanding and knowledge of digital skills to take advantage of future employment opportunities, supporting inclusive and sustainable growth. 

Eligibility and Fund Priorities: 

1) Developing human capital: The project focuses on developing the workforce for jobs and careers in digital skills needed for the digital age. Through working with employers, governments, and academia, the Forum will tap into key experts for perspective and areas of action. 

2) Facilitating technology flows and harnessing technologies for the future: As the workforce continues to expand and technology rapidly changes, this project works with all industries to drive all stakeholders towards positive change while maintaining innovation. 

3) Integration into the global economy: This project seeks to develop the workforce through using lessons learned from the 21 APEC Economies. 

Capacity Building: Since 2017, the APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Initiative has approached the digital skills gap from a development perspective. The 2017 APEC commissioned report “The Data Science and Analytics Skills Shortage” analyzed the projected workforce demand in specific economies. The 2020 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Report offers further trends and insights on the supply and demand of digital skills and degree of digitalization. In 2021, the APEC Digital Readiness Checklist was created to serve as a resource for all stakeholders in APEC economies with the ability to influence, develop and implement policies and programs to close the digital skills gap – these may include labor, education, and economic officials in APEC member economies; the private sector; academia; and other stakeholders.

This project will bring together all key stakeholders (government, training providers, academia, employers) to form insights around digital skills at the 2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum and to create the Updated Policy Guidance on Digital Skills / Workforce Development: Inclusive and Sustainable Best Practices. The Updated Policy Guidance will specifically seek to promote inclusive reskilling and upskilling efforts and facilitate an equitable economic recovery in the post-COVID world. This is directly aligned with APEC’s objectives for capacity building goals to attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia Pacific region, reduce economic disparities among APEC economies and to improve the economic and social well-being of the people. This project will build the workforce capacity of APEC member economies by working with key leaders and experts to close the digital skills gap by 2030 specifically with the goal to attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region.

Objectives

There is a great urgency for all stakeholders, including governments, employers, training providers and academia, to invest in digital upskilling and reskilling of the workforce, as digital skills have become integral to the future of work and post-COVID-19 recovery. In order to address the skills gap exacerbated by the pandemic, this project will engage multi-stakeholders on current challenges and opportunities in workforce development and digital skills. This project will build on the APEC Roadmap to Closing the Digital Skills Gap by 2030, culminating in the two-days 2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum.

Alignment

Alignment to APEC: This project addresses Thailand’s APEC 2022 priorities and United States APEC 2023 priorities, along with the Aotearoa Plan of Action to “Innovate and exchange expertise on skills and human resource development, and cooperate on sharing lessons and best practice in these areas; Cooperate to improve the collection and analysis of skills and labour market data sets, including to better assess and bridge skills gaps and mismatches between skills and employment.” 

This project also responds to the 2021 APEC Leaders Declaration to “deepen our efforts to respond to the impact of the pandemic on labor market participation and the future of work.” It also answers the call by APEC Economic Leaders in 2021 to “support measures designed to foster digital transformation and contribute to bridging the digital divide, including digital literacy and skills.” 

Alignment to Forum: The project aligns with the HRDWG work plan which includes “Continue voluntary efforts to advance human resource development competitiveness in the region under the APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap (ASCR) Implementation Plan 2016-2025 in accordance with domestic circumstances, to facilitate the mobility of skilled labor and professionals, and to ensure the quality of skills and competencies that meet the supply chain demands of the region.” 

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum: The 2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum will build on previous work within the APEC Digital Skills Initiative to support inclusive and sustainable best practices. The two-day Forum is anticipated to take place in person on the margins of the SOM 3 meetings held in Seattle, Washington. The gathering will convene government, employers, training providers and academia to share progress on the Digital Readiness Checklist launched in 2021 and chart a strong path forward to achieve the roadmap targets – closing the digital skills gap by 2030. By bringing together key stakeholders to identify best practices and recognize challenges, the Forum will provide an opportune environment for economies to comment on and  finalize the Updated Policy Guidance and disseminate the finished product so that they are well-equipped with strategies to leverage the digital skill provider ecosystem and facilitate a reduction in skills mismatches throughout the APEC region. The Forum will advance economies’ discussions on current challenges and opportunities in digital skills workforce development. Agenda is in current development and is anticipated to feature themes from the APEC Digital Readiness Checklist.

Updated Policy Guidance on Digital Skills Workforce Development: Inclusive and Sustainable Best Practices: \

The areas outlined in the 2021 Digital Readiness Checklist will be expanded to address inclusivity and sustainability, and provide economies with best practice examples to digital skills gap challenges faced by APEC economies. Areas of focus will include infrastructure, availability of learning and training, skills and pedagogic models, industry partnerships, and perceptions of individual workers and learners.

The Policy Guidance will also propose recommendations for governments to integrate into digital skills development workplans. The Policy Guidance will be minimum 12  pages and will include a table of contents, executive summary, case studies, and key recommendations for governments.

Outcomes: 

1)  Adaptation of best practices by economies in Updated Policy Guidance in promoting inclusive digital upskilling and reskilling across industries throughout the APEC region, recognizing the adverse impact of COVID-19 on equitable access and education.  

2) Enhanced education and communication that target the workforce and future workforce – especially within marginalized communities – and demonstrates the value of baseline digital skills training, which yields a significant return on investment due to its highly transferrable nature and the heightened demand for digital skills throughout the APEC region.

3) Increased coordination among stakeholders through the development of innovative systems that advance the inclusive digital skills provider ecosystem and facilitate the dissemination of accessible digital resources.

Beneficiaries: 

Primary Beneficiaries:

1) Governments. Governments of APEC economies will be able to better understand the challenges and potential solutions to resolving challenges they are facing within their own economies. They will be able to better meet their full potential if skills shortage is filled. Policy making representatives from ministries of labor and education will be particularly encouraged to attend so that they are able to  enhance understanding of best practices, such as credit programs to encourage individuals to take ownership of their skills development and lifelong employability. This Forum will be relevant to the HRDWG and PPSTI delegates, and they will be encouraged to participate.

2) Academic institutions, training providers and workforce development programs. Representatives of these institutions will be encouraged to attend the Forum due to their direct engagement with current and future candidates seeking to upskill and leverage new learnings in future employment opportunities. University/employment advisors, academics working on digital transformation research and issues, and trainers from corporate and nonprofit sectors will be able to implement learnings from the Forum to direct near-immediate change and solutions. We will primarily seek out academics working on digital transformation research, the involvement of women and girls in digital and technological roles, and other underrepresented groups. Engagement with academia and the training community is essential to help increase coordination collectively, including by sharing which digital skills are emerging and so that academics understand the key issues so they may be able to enact programs and policies to close the digital skills gap. For example, the APEC Digital Skills Initiative collaborated with LinkedIn and Burning Glass Technologies in 2020 to produce the APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Report: Trends and Insights to share research on supply and demand of digital skills in the APEC region so that economies better understood factors driving the gap.

3) Industry employers requiring digitally skilled employees. Industry attendees, particularly from sectors such as technology, information technology, and healthcare, will directly benefit from attending the Forum by sharing their needs and recommendations for learners and workers who seek to be employed by industries such as the healthcare and technology sectors. Engagement with employers includes training providers to facilitate a reduction in skills mismatches, including by developing tools to help employers anticipate and articulate the digital skills they seek and clarify digital skills definitions. These individuals will primarily have strategic and managerial levels of experience. Past private sector participants include companies such as Wiley, LinkedIn, Lightcast, and PwC.

Secondary Beneficiaries:

1)  Digital skills ecosystem stakeholders. This includes individuals interested in learning best practices and strategies to promote upskilling and reskilling, such as students of academics and secondary government and industry staff working to implement projects related to closing the digital skills gap.

The APEC Closing the Digital Skills Initiative builds off the Project DARE Framework, which informed the work of universities, companies, and associations including the Analytics Association of the Philippines, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and Ho Chi Minh University of Technology and Education (HCMUTE).

Wiley and the Business Higher Education Forum (BHEF) have co-chaired past APEC Digital Skills forums, bringing their expertise in training and education solutions to all beneficiaries. 

Dissemination

The insights from the project and information for stakeholders to learn more will be routinely updated on the Initiative website: https://closingthedigitalskillsgap.apec.org/. Additionally, social media will be leveraged when appropriate, including sharing information with the APEC Communications team and HRDWG to promote inclusivity and participation from all APEC economies. The Updated Policy Guidance on Digital Skills Workforce Development: Inclusive and Sustainable Best Practices will be published as an online APEC Publication. The target audience for the project extends to the entire digital skills ecosystem and those interested in learning best practices and strategies to promote upskilling and reskilling, such as governments, employers, industry association leaders, training providers, and academic researchers, among others.

Gender

The project team will prioritize female speakers and participation, especially in the promotion of digital upskilling and reskilling efforts that seek to improve equitable hiring and employment practices. The pandemic has heightened the need to further support women in the workforce, especially in APEC economies. It is necessary to support women in the area of growing digital skills, and the project team will seek to find creative ways to emphasize further leadership roles for women and those underrepresented in the workforce.

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event. This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Targets

Female Participants (%)

50%

Female Speakers/Experts (%)

At least 50%

Referring to the Guide on Gender Criteria for APEC Project Proposals in the Guidebook on APEC Projects, please tick the pillar or pillars that this project supports, in promoting women’s economic empowerment:

5 Pillars (you may tick more than one)

1

Access to Capital and Assets

2

Access to Markets

3

Skills, Capacity Building, and Health

X

4

Leadership, Voice and Agency

5

Innovation and Technology

X

This project supports the two pillars identified in promoting women’s economic empowerment via the following: 1) focusing a portion of the Forum on the importance of diverse, female representation in the digital skills ecosystem and respective industries, 2) focusing a session of the Forum on the digital gender divide in promoting an inclusive digitally skilled workforce in APEC economies and breaking down barriers to women’s economic empowerment, 3) featuring female representation in all workshops and sessions to lead or participate in, 4) featuring female leadership in innovation and technology employment. This project also features strong female leadership in its co-chairs, Wiley and BHEF, noting the relevance of the female voice in this space.

Work Plan

Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

1 Feb – 31 Mar 2023

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

1)     Engage in discussions with project partners to determine timing and synergies with APEC economies

2)     Engage in multiple listening sessions across APEC economies to gain insights from stakeholders to inform the project outputs

3)     Elect date / venue of Forum

4)     Collaborate with government, industry, training providers and academic partners to design sessions

5)     Develop agenda and identify invitees

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

Initial insights on sessions, timing, venue options

Draft agenda

Draft invitee list

Draft save the date

Updated Policy Guidance

1)     Engage in discussions with project partners to outline and identify areas of focus

2)     Collate/analyze inputs to create draft policy guidance document

Updated Policy Guidance

Initial layout of policy guidance

31 Mar 2023

PO to disseminate General Information Circular (GIC) to APEC HRDWG delegates

GIC circulated

1 Apr 2023

PO to submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

1 Apr – 31 May 2023 

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

1)     Circulate save the dates for 2023 Forum

2)     Draft contracts for logistics

3)     Finalize agenda

4)     Speaker and attendee finalization

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

Final agenda

Contracts for logistics

Speaker and participant list

Updated Policy Guidance

1)     Disseminate draft policy guidance to HRDWG for approval

2)     Draft contracts for working with graphic designer to finalize policy guidance

Updated Policy Guidance

Draft policy guidance document

Contract for working with graphic designer to finalize policy guidance

 15 Jun 2023

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

1)     Develop post- Forum evaluation survey of participants

2)     Finalize contracts for logistics

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

Post-evaluation survey

Contracts for logistics

Updated Policy Guidance

1)     Create final policy guidance document with graphic designer

2)     Finalize contracts for working with graphic designer

Updated Policy Guidance

Final policy guidance

Contracts for graphic designer

31 July – 21 Aug 2023

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

1)  Hold 2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum (August 2023)

2)  Conduct post-Forum evaluation survey of participants

2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

2023 Forum

Event attendance list

Final Forum Agenda

Post-Forum Evaluation

Updated Policy Guidance

1)     Create final policy guidance document with graphic designer

2)     Send to Secretariat for APEC Publication Review

Updated Policy Guidance

Final policy guidance document

22 Aug 2023

PO to disseminate Post-Forum Evaluation Survey to Participants

Post-Forum Evaluation Survey

1 Nov 2023

PO to submit Updated Policy Guidance to APEC Secretariat for publication consideration

Updated Policy Guidance

31 August 2024

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to the Secretariat no later than 2 months after PCD of June 2024

APEC Project Completion Report

6-12 months after project completion

Participation in the LTEAP Survey conducted by APEC Secretariat



Risks

No.

Risks

How will it be managed?

1

Lack of capacity of target participants from select APEC economies

Project has received overwhelming support from many APEC economies. Strong recruitment will address any gap stemming from limited interest.

2

Schedule conflicts from sought speakers, experts or trainers

Project has a substantial pool of high-quality speakers, experts and trainers on workforce development. Examples include executive-level industry leaders, government officials, and leaders of academic institutions. Virtual participation in the Forum and workshop is also a strategy to manage this risk.

3

Program coordination between multiple sectors and stakeholders

The Project Overseer and support team have substantial experience in balancing the needs of multiple sectors to ensure all objectives are met.

4

Inability to engage with the budgeted number of travel funded participants

Project team has received strong support and interest and has years of participants from Project DARE / Closing the Digital Skills Gap Initiative to build on

5

Economies not applying knowledge learned or adopting recommendations from the project

This will be mitigated by providing clear guidance on how best practices can be applied including descriptions of limitations or hurdles economies may face to consider application.

6

Health risks and challenges due to COVID-19

The project team will monitor guidance by APEC and local economies to properly plan in-person and/or virtual engagements. The project overseer and team have extensive experience in mitigating these risks while allowing for the best outcomes for the content of the work. This also includes the capabilities of partners in convening regional activities and being mindful of local contexts. The project continues to receive overwhelming support from partners to advance this critical work amidst COVID-19 to support the business environment. The project will continue to be guided by input from a multi-stakeholder network that is active across the APEC region.


Monitoring and Evaluation

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting Method

Outputs

1.   2023 APEC Closing the Digital Skills Gap Forum

1.   Contract for venue executed

15 June 2023

Certification by PO

Contract

2.   No. of participants (excl. speakers/experts)

~75

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

3.   % of participating men/women (excl. speakers/experts)

40/60

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

4.   No. of speakers/experts engaged

~20

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

5.   % of speakers/experts (men/women)

50/50

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

6.   No. of attending economies

~16

Event Attendance List

Completion Report

7.   Agenda content developed and deployed

 August 2023

Certification by PO

Agenda disseminated

2.   Updated Policy Guidance on Digital Skills Workforce Development: Inclusive and Sustainable Best Practices

1.   No. of pages

8-10

Submission to the Secretariat

Submission to the Secretariat

2.   Submission to the Secretariat

1 November 2023

Submission to the Secretariat

Submission to the Secretariat

Out-comes

1.    Adaptation of best practices by economies in Updated Policy Guidance

1.   Implementation of international best practices by economies

2023 to 2024

Tracking economies six months after the event

Report to the Working Group

2.   Updates to the Policy Guidance that emphasize inclusive recovery in the post-COVID world

Updated guidance for infrastructure, learning/training, pedagogic models, industry and partnership, and perceptions of learners

Changes to guidance compared to Roadmap and Digital Readiness Checklist

Disseminated Updated Policy Guidance

2.    Enhanced education and communication targeted to the workforce and future workforce

1.   Number of economy stakeholders contributing to the Updated Guidelines

16

Case studies, examples, and contributing authors to Updated Policy Guidance

Updated Policy Guidance

2.   Reduction in reported skills mismatch

10%

Post-forum Evaluation

Completion Report

3.    Increased coordination among stakeholders through the development of innovative systems

1.   Economies’ incorporation of Updated Policy Guidance into their policies

2023 to 2024

Tracking economies six months – 1 year after publication of Updated Guidelines

Report to the Working Group

2.   Cross-sector collaboration

10 economies launch or are set to launch new cross-sector partnership for digital skills 2023-2024

Ex-ante and ex-post evaluations

Completion Report


Linkages

This project complements several HRDWG projects and cross fora projects and will engage them as appropriate, including:

1) The U.S.-led project on “Project DARE (Data Analytics Raising Employment)”, under HRDWG and endorsed by the APEC Business Advisory Council.

2) The APEC and U.S. Department of Education “APEC Digital Workforce Development Project” that brought together representatives from academia and officials from government and industry to showcase digital career and technical education (CTE) models through a series of webinars and culminating in a workshop.

3) The APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap (AIDER), with implementation overseen by the Digital Economy Steering Group, created during the Concluding Senior Officials Meeting in 2018.

4)  The PPSTI APEC Women in STEM Principles

5) The Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TEL) and the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap’s call for promotion of digital skills to build workforce capacity in the digital age.

6) The Asia Foundation’s direct upskilling and workforce development programs that supports direct program interventions to train and upskill employees in the Asia-Pacific region.

7) Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), participation of academia.

8) Engaging non-APEC economies’ efforts in digital skills (i.e. ASEAN, OECD, ILO).

a) OECD 2021 Report, Towards a Skills Strategy for Southeast Asia

b) OECD’s Southeast Asia Regional Policy Network on Education and Skills

c) ILO and ASEAN partnership, Improved mechanisms for skills recognition and TVET digitisation in ASEAN.

Sustainability

This project will have an ongoing impact after APEC funding is completed in the following ways:

1) The project will have impacts building linkages and capacity among employers, governments, training providers and academia to drive action. The project will bring stakeholders together to facilitate further interactions in the marketplace as workers develop skills and find jobs and as all stakeholders address impacts of COVID-19. Further, the project will help increase understanding by policy makers and others of the landscape of digital skills needs and how they are shifting.

2) The Updated Policy Guidance will serve as a resource for employers, job seekers, and academia to guide the next steps needed to close the digital skills gap. Stakeholders understand that continued public-private engagement is essential to serve workers across APEC economies.

3) The deliverables for the 2023 project are designed to help implement and make progress toward the APEC Roadmap to Closing the Digital Skills Gap by 2030 endorsed by the HRDWG in September 2019, which lays out a common definition of digital skills, sets aspirational targets, and details APEC-wide actions on a multi stakeholder basis (governments, employers, and academia) to closing the digital skills gap and achieve lifelong employability. These stakeholders involved in the project have strong interest to ensure the Roadmap meets its objectives. Many of these stakeholders contribute in-kind contributions for this particular project.

Project Overseers

The Project Overseer is Christopher Watson, Senior Advisor for Asia and the Pacific and APEC Affairs, International Labor Affairs Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. representative to the APEC Human Resources Development Working Group (HRDWG).  In his current capacity, he works directly with labor unions, employers, foreign governments and non-governmental organizations in the development of solutions to address international labor and employment concerns. He received his law degree, with a focus on international and comparative law, from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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