This is the program to upgrade the skills of 150,000 workers “Go Forward”
80 hours of subsidized training for 150,000 private sector workers to acquire digital and “green” knowledge and skills and corresponding certification, through independent certification bodies, is offered by the Training and Lifelong Learning Center KEDIVIM of the University of Crete.
This is the skills upgrading program for 150,000 workers “Go Forward” which is implemented by the Public Employment Service (PYPA) with the offered programs concerning:In corporate social responsibility and sustainable development, in basic digital skills and office applications, in design and development manager of elearning & blended learning collaborative environments for businesses and organizations, in advanced educational technologies in the modern school: from theory to practice, in employee digital skills in the use and utilization of cloud computing applications in online production and collaboration, in digital presentation and remote working skills and in advanced digital office application skills».
The secretariat of KEDIVIM informs that the subsidized training concerns an amount of 400 euros and those interested can obtain information from the page https://kedivim.uoc.gr/el/ and by calling 2810 393661-2.
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