Proiectul RAISE4e-Inclusion organizează în această toamnă (21 Octombrie – 30 Noiembrie) un program de training online destinat e-facilitatorilor şi profesioniştilor care facilitează utilizarea instrumentelor TIC.
În cadrul acestui program de training, Asociaţia ACDC, partenerul român din cadrul proiectului, va organiza 2 cursuri online:
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Complet asincronice şi facilitate de la distanţă de către tutori profesionişti, cursurile sunt gratuite şi se adresează e-facilitatorilor şi profesioniştilor care facilitează utilizarea instrumentelor TIC.
Vă rugăm să aveţi în vedere că vă puteţi înregistra doar la UNUL dintre cele două cursuri puse la dispoziţie.
Daţi click pe numele ţării pentru a accesa formularul de înregistrare: Romania
În cazul în care aveţi probleme cu înregistrarea la curs, vă rugăm să ne contactaţi:
Romania : acdcassociation [at] gmail [dot] com
Digital media is becoming the main mean of communication and participation in society. Because its benefits are not yet available to everyone, the people who facilitate digital competences are becoming increasingly important in today´s time and need our support to offer the best possible help.
The project Trans e-facilitator offers a curriculum for facilitators of digital competences (“e-facilitators”), based on a set of learning modules which are adapted to specific national needs. These needs have been identified in national surveys analysing e-facilitators’ tasks and competence gaps. Within the project trainers will be trained in the locally important modules and will then pass on their knowledge to other e-facilitators. The project aims at a nationally standardized and recognized training for e-facilitators.
The Transfer project is adapting (“Transculturating”) 2 learning modules per partner participating in the Transfer (ACDC from Romania, ARCI from Italy, FDEP from Switzerland and INFREP from France) and to test these modules during an online pilot training open to e-facilitators for free. Each RAISE4 e-Inclusion partner first selected 2 modules out of the 10 modules available.
For doing so, ACDC (Romania) and FDEP (Switzerland) carried out a surveying activity for selecting the 2 learning modules, while ARCI (Italy) and INFREP (France), who took part in VET4 e-Inclusion project, already collected their target group’s needs through research and evaluation activities carried out in the frame of the VET4e-I project.
The modules selected by the 4 partners are:
– Sustainability in the telecentre
– Online procedures
– Facilitating job seeking
– Development of a digital literacy workshop
– Digital photography workshop
– Development of a digital literacy workshop
– Facilitating ICT access to migrants
– Development of a digital literacy workshop
!!! The online registration for the pilot modules will open on the 1st of September 2013 and the courses will start on 21st October 2013. More information about this process you will find soon on our website: www.raise4einclusion.eu
In the frame of RAISE4 e-Inclusion project, in the period 18 – 19 June 2013 the tutors from Italy, France, Romania and Switzerland participated to a training at the Fundación Esplai’s headquarters from El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona -Spain). The tutors have a very important role in the Pilot phase of the project, facilitating the student’s learning process.
The training included discussions about the project ideas and goals, developing a calendar for the Pilot phase and for the Transculturation of the modules. Also, the participants were introduced to the Moodle environment and they found out how to tutor an online course. During the second day of the training, the tutors learnt about the useful editing functions to work with Moodle and they practiced all the technical functionalities of the online platform, under the guidance of Fundación Esplai team.
Between 28 and 29 May 2013, our Spanish partner participated at the SPARK13 Conference which took place in Granada. Organized by Telecentre.org Foundation, Telecentre-Europe, Comunidad de Redes de Telecentros, la Red Guadalinfo, and the National Information Agency of Korea, the conference brought together over 1,300 participants from the information and communication technology for development (ICT4D) sector as well as private, public, and nonprofit organizations from around the globe.
This 4th Forum was an experience in which Fundación Esplai had a lot of work because they were an active participant at the event but, it was worth it because it was a great forum in which it was possible to share their experience with other professional people, learn a lot from other experiences in telecenters and meet many other telecenters from all over the world. They had a space in which they could share materials about the RAISE4 e-Inclusion project, our Newsletters and share the project with the participants.
Between 16 and 17 of April 2013 took place the second coordination meeting of the RAISE4 e-Inclusion project, in Barcelona (Spain), the meeting being hosted by Fundación Esplai and having the participation of all the project partners: INFREP (France), ARCI (Italy), Fundación Esplai (Spain), ACDC (Romania), FDEP (Switzerland), AID (Belgium).
During this meeting, the coordinator and partners gave feedback to the activities achieved so far with the support of the Evaluation partner; the Partners launched the Moodle platforms and shared first steps to start with the platforms; INFREP shared the transculturation methodology and organization, and the Partners practiced it during a workshop; ARCI shared the work plan for the preparation of the pilot, and then for the development of the experimentation and monitoring; ACDC shared the work plan and a set of tools for the communication about the pilot; AID shared the analysis of the evaluation questionnaire results and partners have individually been interviewed about the project.
Between 29 and 30 of January 2013, took place the National Referents meeting in Barcelona, Spain. The role of National Referents is crucial in the whole process of creation and implementation of the training during the pilot process in our project. The training session was organized by Fundacion Esplai and the participants were taught how to create and administrate a Moodle platform, a very useful tool for e-learning. Fundacion Esplai trained the participants in installation, administration and management of Moodle platforms. After this face to face workshop in Barcelona, in which participants could learn and practice with Moodle, it followed an e-learning course in which National Referents from Switzerland, Romania, France and Italy started to put into practice the knowledge obtained during this training session.
The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs
Period: 4 – 5 March 2013 in Brussels
- Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission in charge of the Digital Agenda for Europe
- Antonio Tajani, Vice President of the European Commission in charge of Industry and Entrepreneurship
- László Andor, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
- Androulla Vassiliou, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth
You are cordially invited to take part in the conference “Filling the gaps: e-skills and education for digital jobs” on 4 and 5 March 2013 in the Marriott Hotel in Brussels. The Conference will officially launch of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs by adopting a shared roadmap and announcing pledges from stakeholders committing to jointly undertake specific actions.
The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs is an EU-wide multi-stakeholder partnership seeking to address the shortfall of several hundred thousands of unfilled ICT employment vacancies in Europe. It brings together ICT and non-ICT companies, employment services, education and training providers and other players. This partnership was announced in the Commission’s Employment Package of April 2012; it is open to all interested stakeholders.
The method of the Grand Coalition is to facilitate joint action by the various stakeholders where this is more efficient than individual action. Its objective is to eliminate the gap of ICT practitioners by 2020. In order to achieve this objective, it will try to increase ICT training and education offers, improve the matching of candidates with available vacancies, raise awareness about the benefits of an ICT career, foster cross-border mobility for ICT practitioners, and promote the adoption of an accreditation system of ICT skills. The Commission encourages stakeholders to come forward with pledges for concrete action at their level (European, national, regional) to fill the ICT jobs gap.
Top-level participation, by invitation only, is expected at this high-profile event. It provides the opportunity for stakeholders to announce their own commitments or to join initiatives by other stakeholders. In addition, a shared roadmap should be agreed upon and signed.