We support IT&C education in rural areas!
Kaufland Romania and TES want to increase the digital competences level among young people in rural areas. First we are going to Suceava, Botosani, Vaslui and Vâlcea.
Do you want to get involved?
You can join the cause by donating a functional laptop that you no longer need, which we will use for organizing IT initiation courses in other disadvantaged areas from Romania, where young people do not have access to IT infrastructure.
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Free courses: Computer skills and Digital marketing
Basic concepts for using computers;
Using text data processors - the Microsoft Word processor;
Calculating spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel;
Designing and making electronic presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint;
Internet, e-mail, Outlook Express.
Online opportunities for business and professional specialization;
Website search engine optimization;
Fundamental operations on digital platforms;
Promoting on Google;
Google websites and partners networks;
Social networks specific to the business niche;
Electronic commerce of products and services;
Digital trends in Romania and Europe of 2016.
Computer skills - The Course is authorized by the National Authority for Qualifications (ANC). The certificate obtained after the exam is issued by the Ministry of Labor, Family, Social Protection and the Elderly and the Ministry of National Education.
The graduation certificate is recognized nationally and, by translation with an apostille, is recognized in the EU member states.
Digital marketing – Course finalized with a Digital Marketing Specialization Diploma issued by the Youth for Education and Society Association.
The courses last for 32 hours, 8 hours per day for 4 days.
What is Upgrader Youth 2.0?
It is a project that aims to develop digital skills for young people in rural areas.
The beneficiaries of the training program are 100 young people enrolled in rural high school education from vulnerable counties and economically disadvantaged communities with high school dropout rates, namely: Vaslui, Botoșani, Suceava and Vâlcea.
The need to develop digital skills among the population is one of the European Union priorities. In the near future, 90% of jobs will require digital knowledge. According to the European Commission data, in the context of the lack of basic training, by 2020 approximately 825,000 jobs will be uncovered due to lack of digital skills.