Ministry of Digital Transformation launched the Diia.Education project

On May 17, the Ministry of Digital Transformation launched the large-scale Diia.Education project with the support of and the Eastern Europe Foundation. This is a national edutainment platform of current knowledge and skills, where you can study for free, learn a new profession and familiarize yourself with current vacancies.

Diia.Education is the next stage in the evolution of the Diia.Digital Education project, which started in 2020 and focused on digital skills and digital literacy. Since then, almost 2 million Ukrainians have registered on the platform, and about 75% of users have watched all episodes of the chosen course and received certificates. Now this initiative is becoming even more global.

“While the war continues in Ukraine, the world does not stand still and is actively developing. Our main challenge is the development of human capital. Currently, almost 5 million forcibly displaced people are registered in Ukraine. According to international estimates, there are about 7 million people. Millions of people have lost their jobs or closed their businesses and are forced to start their lives from scratch. The task of the state is to create favorable conditions for this. That is why, with the support of, we are launching an updated Diia.Education platform. So that everyone has the opportunity to develop new skills and take a step towards a new profession,” said the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Innovation, Development of Education, Science, and Technology – Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov, — press office of the Ministry reports.

Now on Diia.Education — hundreds of new educational series: from landscape design to barista, from graphic designer to baker, from project manager to packer. Also, educational series on digital literacy or cyber security remain available on the platform. All of them are free and available to everyone.

“We are pleased to contribute to the successful relaunch of the Diia.Education platform with the support of a $2 million grant and the Fellows team. This initiative will help millions of Ukrainians get a job in this difficult time — from developing new skills to opening up new career opportunities,” comments Karan Bhatia, Google’s Vice President for Public Policy and Interaction with Government Authorities.

Each educational product was prepared by experts in modern education taking into account the new European agenda for adult education for 2021-2030 — an important document approved by the Council of the European Union.

The full list of professions and areas can be viewed on the portal, and this list will be constantly updated. Professions that are in demand in the labor market are a priority. After successful completion of training, everyone receives a certificate that can be added to the resume.


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