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ePractice Workshop "Digital Competences for Social Inclusion Actors and Intermediaries" – Draft Report ready for your contribution

08 April 2011 | 1389 Visits | Rating: 3.5 (maximum:5)

I've just uploaded the full draft report of the Digital Competence Workshop (12/10/2010) as a Resource of this Community.

Before its final publication, we invite you to an in-depth reading and online discussion around the policy options emerging from the Conclusions, which are very relevant/important for future policy elaboration.

In particular, we propose you to:

  • Review of PART C. WORKSHOP CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (Identified Needs, Opportunities and Challenges; Options for European Policy Action; Conclusions)
  • Review the order of priority given to the 8 policy options identified during the workshop
  • Discuss in depth the three core interrelated policy options we have selected below, proposing possible measures to make them more concrete:
    • Policy option 4: Development of a European Framework on Digital Competences of Intermediaries for a common definition of digital literacy / competence and of the levels of competence required for each kind of intermediary profile and task
    • Policy option 5: Development of a European Framework for a Model for Digital Competence training provision across countries
    • Policy option 6: Development of a European Framework for the Recognition and certification of emerging job profiles and their competences in the (digital/social) Inclusion field in order to allow professional development and geographical mobility

Please submit your contributions replying to this post before April 27th.

Kind regards,

Gabriel Rissola (JRC-IPTS)

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