Undergoing projects in Estonian IT College
1. Practical cyber security for IT administrators.
|Project manager: Ms Signe Ventsel|
|Duration: 15 July 2009 – 31 August 2015|
|Budget: 2 463 660 kroons / 157 456 eur|
|Content: The aim of the project is to create a study module for the Estonian IT College IT Systems Administration syllabus in cooperation with the Estonian Informatics Centre and the Computer Emergency Response Team of Estonia. The module will be used both in the higher education and further education. The lectures will be executed with Estonian Informatics Centre´s experts.|
|Partners: the Estonian Informatics Centre and the Computer Emergency Response Team of Estonia.|
2. The renewal of the Estonian IT College’s main syllabuses in cooperation with enterprises, creating and activating a cooperation model based on the labour market needs.
|Project manager: Ms Marily Hendrikson|
|Duration: 1 October 2010 – 31 December 2013|
|Budget: 3 682 216 kroons/235 336 eur|
|Content: The main goal is to foster Estonian Information and Communication Technologies higher education´s quality and competitiveness in the Baltic Sea region by the renewal of Estonian IT College main syllabuses (IT Systems Administration, IT Systems Development). The second aim is to create and activate an innovative cooperation model for universities and enterprises.|
|Partners: Elion Ettevõtted AS, AS EMT, Ericsson Eesti AS, AS Microlink Eesti, Microsoft Estonia OÜ, Oracle East Central Europe Ltd Estonia, Santa Monica Networks AS, Tallinn University of Technology, University of Tartu and Tallinn University.|
|Other partners: Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications, Cisco Systems Estonia OÜ, Vilnius College of Higher Education, The University of Vaasa, University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden.|
3.Software development laboratory for mobile devices.
|Project manager: Mr Marko Puusaar|
|Duration: 1 May 2010 – 30 April 2011|
|Budget: 1 365 000 kroons/ 87 238 eur|
|Content: The aim is to improve possibilities of the students of the Estonian IT College by experiencing and comprehending software development for mobile devices as a process through practical activities.|