DIGITAL SKILLS COURSES

According to the definition formulated in the Recommendations of the European Parliament, Digital competence is defined as "knowing how to use information society technologies (IST) with confidence and a critical spirit for work, leisure and communication". 

Digital Skills are therefore the set of skills in managing and adequately addressing information and communication technologies. 

It then goes from basic digital skills (like knowing how to use a computer) to those more specialized and related to professions (such as those relating, for example, to software development). 

Digital skills are one of the priorities of the European Union, and 27% of total resources of National recovery and resilience plan  are dedicated to the digital transition. 

Our online catalog does not include training for ICT specialist skills, dedicated to figures who work within ICT structures, but is dedicated to transversal training at two levels: 

  • digital literacy: the minimum of Digital Skills that each person must possess to adapt to the digitization of the social context 
  • digital skills for work: the ability to know how to use IT tools in everyday work, regardless of the business function
Course TitleDuration (hours)
IT architectures2Sheet
Behavioral & Social Engineering2Sheet
BLOCKCHAIN: an innovative and revolutionary technology at the service of ethical, transparent and responsible behavior1 ½Sheet
Cyber ​​security1Sheet
Cyber ​​risk mitigation, a technical analysis5Sheet
The 5G revolution1Sheet
Tecnostress, Zoom Fatigue and Digital Burnout 3Sheet
Dysfunctional digital sexuality2Sheet
ROUTES:
BASIC PATH - DIGITAL SKILLS 6Sheet
INTERMEDIATE PATH - DIGITAL SKILLS13Sheet