The Artificial Intelligence Skills Alliance (ARISA) opens up to give you the opportunity to engage and contribute to its work as an ARISA Associated Partner. This special status will allow you to be part of different project work streams and to build long-term cooperation supporting the project goals and shaping the future of AI skills.
Who can become an ARISA Associated Partner?
The answer is simple: any organisation that shares our mission and is eager to make a difference.
Whether you are a public or private organisation, regardless of your size, ARISA welcomes any organisation that works towards a skilled and future-ready workforce. Learning providers, accreditation and certification providers, social partners, chambers of commerce, and associations — the success of AI skills development requires the participation of diverse stakeholders.
By becoming an ARISA Associated Partner, your organisation gains access to a vibrant network that fosters knowledge exchange, collaboration, and the collective pursuit of excellence in AI skills development.
Why become an ARISA Associated Partner?
ARISA is on a mission to develop a sectoral skills strategy on Artificial Intelligence that will have a profound impact on reducing skills shortages, gaps, and mismatches. As an Associated Partner, your organisation can contribute to this collective effort, ensuring the availability of quality AI skills that meet industry demand.
You can choose to directly contribute to ARISA’s undertakings, offer your time and expertise to assess our outputs or lend a hand in promoting our activities. Our collaboration can assume various forms, and we are continually open to exploring new prospects.
What we offer
Early Access to Knowledge
Networking and Capacity Building
Thought Leadership Opportunities
Amplify Your Reach
Choose your level of contribution
ARISA offers you the flexibility to choose where to contribute so it aligns better with your organisation’s goals.
ARISA Work Strands
- Europe’s AI skills insights: collect (national) data on AI skills trends and gaps following ARISA’s methodology for the regular update of the AI skills needs analysis.
- Sectoral cooperation on the European AI Skills Strategy: participate in the ARISA national and/or European expert groups for the regular update of the European AI Skills Strategy.
- ARISA Curriculum development: support shaping the AI-related roles’ skills requirements into educational terms and contribute to the development of the ARISA AI skills “core” curricula
- Application of ARISA Training Programmes and Methodologies: pilot and test ARISA learning programmes or courses.
- Outreach and Engagement: participate in strategic communication campaigns, events, and collaborative initiatives to engage the national and European AI skills ecosystem.