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Upskilling for life after the pandemic: digital tools and practices

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed a new light on the importance of digital competence, as a transversal skill for European citizens - a key for employability, social inclusion and active citizenship.Join this panel to learn from the experience of prominent actors currently providing compelling digital skilling services.

Upskilling for life after the pandemic: digital tools and practices - Panel Discussion - 6 October h 12-12.50

The COVID-19 pandemic has shed a new light on the importance of digital competence, as a transversal skill for European citizens - a key for employability, social inclusion and active citizenship.

Join this panel to learn from the experience of prominent actors currently providing compelling digital skilling services.                      

SPEAKERS:

  • Clara Centeno – Senior Researcher, Human Capital and Employment Unit at European Commission – Joint Research Center (JRC)
  • Oliver Simko – Founder and lead designer at Luducrafts
  • Celia Sokolowsky – Project leader of VHS-Lernportal, German Adult Education Association
  • Radek Czahajda – Evidence Based Trainer, founder of Trainers' Forum and EPALE ambassador                        

Q&A SESSION

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Clara Centeno

Oliver Simko

Celia Sokolowsky

Radek Czahajda

 

 

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