The Israeli government is hoping to encourage web developers to join its ranks by creating a national web developer certificate, the first such program for an advanced economy.
The Hebrew acronym for web developer is Web Developer Certification, or WCD.
It was established in 2009 as a way to certify those who are passionate about creating online services and creating the infrastructure that will support them.
The government is also working on a pilot program to teach new Web developers basic coding skills, with a goal of creating around 10,000 jobs in the next three years.
Israel has been a pioneer in developing a workforce for digital skills, but the government is currently struggling to attract and retain skilled workers.
Currently, the country’s government has just 13,000 Web developers, with only around 4,000 of them being hired.
While this is expected to change with the creation of a national certification program, there are concerns that the current situation will not change.
The program was launched by the Ministry of Economy and Information Technology in 2013 to help promote Israel’s development in the technology sector.
It is expected that the program will eventually be expanded to the entire country, and the certification will be awarded to those who successfully complete the course.
The first certification is expected in the coming months.
For the Israeli government, the creation and promotion of the Web Developer Certification Program is part of the countrys efforts to build up its technology industry, especially in the IT sector.
According to the minister of industry, Yair Golan, the certification program will be a catalyst to bring skilled talent into the country.
The certification program was announced in May, but only around 10 people have received it so far.
There are also around 4500 Web developers currently unemployed.
The government is already trying to attract Web developers through incentives like job offers and grants.
According to the Ministry for the Economy and Industrial Strategy, the government has spent around $1.5 billion on the Web developer certification program.
The certification is currently in its infancy, but according to the ministry, it has been developed with a focus on job creation.
In addition to being an incentive for the creation, the program is also aimed at creating jobs.
According the government, there will be more Web developers in the future.
In 2016, the Ministry For Industry and Trade (IMID) announced that it would give 10,700 jobs in a four-year period to qualified applicants for Web developers.
This was a move that was met with praise from many, as it was the first time that a country had offered such a massive reward for the skills of its Web developers during a recession.
The initiative was also praised by many.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israeli television channel Yedioth Ahronoth that the goal of the program was to help the country create jobs.
The prime minister’s initiative is not the only thing that the government wants to encourage.
It has also recently introduced a series of reforms that have created a number of new jobs.
The changes include an increase in the number of Web developers from the current 1,500 to 5,000, as well as new jobs for technicians.
The measures are all part of efforts to attract talent into Israel, but there are still questions regarding the validity of the certification. According to the ministry of industry and trade, the Web development certification is still only in its very early stages, and many questions remain about its validity.
The Israeli Labor Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that the certification process has not been transparent and its quality is not yet proven.
It also stated that the country will not be able to achieve the number 1 spot in the list of countries that can produce Web developers due to the difficulties that it has faced in obtaining the required certification.
According to The Jerusalem Post, Israel has the third-highest unemployment rate in the world, with about 17.4 percent of the population unemployed.