👉 “If we are to come to terms with the digital skills gap in Europe, education, youth work and training need to become a joint responsibility between employers, employees, educators and policy makers. We need to test ideas, develop projects, work and think together on the best ways to give people the skills they need for new jobs.” Andrus Ansip, Vice-President for the Digital Single Market.
✌️ Emphasys Centre, throughout November 2020, conducted its pilot testing sessions for the C++ Module of the Erasmus+ Digital@YouthWork project! During these sessions the C++ module and the project platform were tested and evaluated by our participants. By the end of the training, the learners obtained knowledge of the C++ programming language and how it could be used in various future careers.
💯 The project`s main aim is to bridge the digital gap by equipping young people with essential digital skills based on an analysis of the requirement of 10 job profiles at the national level. At the same time, youth workers’ profiles will be strengthened and the youth work programmes will be enhanced thus upgrading the quality of the services provided.
🙌 A big thank you to our participants and to the coordinator of this project Plattform e.V. (DE), European Digital Learning Network (IT), CGE Culture Goes Europe – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. – CGE (DE), Open Europe (ES) and Lancaster & Morecambe College (UK) for their excellent collaboration and contribution to the project!
ℹ️ For more information about the project check out our website http://digital-youth.work/ and to register to our courses click here: http://digital-youthwork.4learning.eu !
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