The Smart Women Training course was developed within the Smart Women Project with the aim to give entrepreneurial women the skills they need to to create an online business or bring their existing business online. The project partners developed a training course delivered in five modules...

The final #SmartWomenEU meeting took place in Vilnius on the 12-13 September. Partners from Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Romania, Cyprus and Spain, spoke about their experience from the training, and how to ensure the Smart Women training course remains available for the coming years. In practice...

The 5th Smart Women project meeting took place in Latvia in July. Project partners discussed and reviewed the piloting where women who have a business or business idea received training on how to take their business online. The piloting has taken place so far in...

Are you ready to assess your digital competences? We are inviting you to participate in the pilot assessment and help us test the e-assessment tool. The e-assessment platform developed within the PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY (onwards P4E) project under the Erasmus+ framework and supported by the...

The Smart Women project aims to train female current or aspiring entrepreneurs in e-commerce; in other words, to give entrepreneurial women the skills and tools they need to bring their business online. As piloting starts in six European countries, we will learn more about the...

We invite you to the PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY final conference on 9 May 2018 in Brussels. In this event we will look at the digital skills needed in two interesting profiles for employment offering opportunities in the coming years: entrepreneur and ‘virtual worker’. By virtual worker...

The PATHWAYS FOR EMPLOY final conference will be held on 9 May 2018 in Brussels. In this event we will look at the digital skills needed in two interesting profiles for employment offering opportunities in the coming years: entrepreneur and ‘virtual worker’. By virtual worker we...

... or What happened at the 4th partners’ meeting in Riga   On 14-15 February pathways4employ partners met in Riga at Microsoft Latvia. The meeting was hosted by Mara Jakobsone on behalf of our Latvian partner DMG. The highlight of the meeting was the testing of the brand-new...

March will bring the fourth meeting of the Smart Women project. It will take place in Timisoara, Romania on 6-7 March, and after that the training programme will be ready to start. Stay tuned for calls for participants in the training course! Smart Women is an...

The third Smart Women project meeting took place in Tudela, Spain in November 2017. Project partners were hosted by their Spanish partner,  Fundacion Dedalo. Prior to the meeting, project partners were invited to the city hall of Tudela where they had a meeting with the mayor...

#pathways4employ partners met in Dublin on 18-19 October for the 3rd transnational meeting of the project at the premises of our Irish partner FIT ltd. FIT helps long-term unemployed people throughout Ireland to land on a career in the ICT field by providing fast track courses...

The Smart women project focuses on women entrepreneurship, and getting entrepreneurial women the skills they need to take their business online to allow it to reach more customers and grow. A FEM committee meeting at the European Parliament discussed addressing the Gender employment gap with...

The Smart Women project is off to a great start. The summer saw many partners busy working to finish the curriculum for the modules. This gives potentials users an idea of the structure of the training course. The project will start to be piloted in...

Author: Telecentre-Europe and Ekaterina Clifford Design: Maks vzw Year: 2017 Type: Report DOWNLOAD IN PDF See the GOW17 infographics   The eighth edition of the European Get Online Week (GOW) to digitally empower people was celebrated on 27 March -2 April, 2017. It was held under the patronage of Mr Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner...

The Smart women team had their second project meeting on 10-11 May in Larnaca, Cyprus, hosted by project partner Cyprus Computer Society (CCS) . The meeting involved ALL DIGITAL and six of its members: Langas į ateitį from Lithuania, LIKTA from Latvia, EOS from Romania, Dedalo Foundation...

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition (#DSJCoalition) was launched in Brussels on December 1st. Vice President Andrus Ansip and Commissioner Guenther Oettinger led the launch. The Member’s Charter serving as a guide to bridging the digital skill gap was unveiled. Winners of the first ever Digital...

We are starting a new exciting project called Pathways4employ! It’s about digital skills, entrepreneurship, DigComp and employment, all at once. What are we going to do? We will identify what digital skills people need if they want to become entrepreneurs or to work remotely in today’s digital...

By Gabriela Ruseva Telecentre Europe held its 9th Annual Conference in Ghent on 6-8th October, co-organised with our Belgian member Digipolis Gent and the I-LINC Platform. The 3-day event was attended by over a 100 invited participants and took place in the beautiful central hotel NH Belfort...

by Iva Walterova I-LINC, which is developing a sustainable and all-encompassing platform on the topic of ICT (for) learning and inclusion, offers its growing community of registered users an online environment for networking, participation, and learning that focuses on boosting the employability and entrepreneurship capacities of...

We have identified two interesting profiles for employment and digital competences offering opportunities in the coming years: entrepreneur and ‘virtual office worker’. The aim of the project is to define their competences profiles based on DigComp. We are focusing on non-formal and informal education as we want to address...

Author: Telecentre-Europe and Ilona Griniute Year: 2016 Project: Get Online Week Download link   This year Telecentre Europe's flagship campaign Get Online Week reached 122,000 Europeans across 27 countries. From all those involved in campaign activities, around 79,000 were young people and 12,000 were unemployed. A record number of 29...

Registrations are now open for the ninth Telecentre Europe’s Annual Conference (TEAC) under the theme of Digital Skills for Future Work on 06-08th of October, 2016. This year the event will be hosted by Belgian member Digipolis Ghent at the NH Gent Belfort Hotel in Ghent. We invite you to check...

Telecentre Europe welcomes the adoption of the New Skills Agenda by the European Commission. Its aim is to ensure that people develop a broad set of skills from early on in life and to make the most of Europe’s human capital, which will ultimately boost...

Save the date! On 6-8 October Telecentre Europe will organise its annual conference in Ghent, Belgium, together with its member organisation Digipolis Ghent. Telecentre Europe Annual Conference (aka TEAC) is the annual meeting point for all non-profit organisations and other stakeholders interested in digital empowerment through digital skills...

The fast pace of digital transformation of the business sector has made it more challenging for young people to meet the demanding requirements of employers in Europe. Digital skills now are a necessity, not an advantage. Education providers, socio-economic inclusion providers, policy makers, employers are looking...

This paper presents Telecentre Europe’s position on Digital Single Market Strategy. Key messages: Europeans should be considered not only as consumers, but as digitally-active producers, workers and citizens. Development of e-government services should go hand-in-hand with development of skills. Entrepreneurs and micro, small & medium-size enterprise...

With the commitment of at least 27 campaign partners Telecentre Europe will be getting Europeans online and on jobs again. Digital empowerment campaign European GOW will mark its seventh edition this year on 14-20 March. Thousands of non-formal education providers will get busy organising various...

Following the meeting of national and local coalitions for digital skills and jobs in Rome in 2014 and the Digital Assembly in Riga (June 2015), the European Commission organised a new workshop to bring together existing coalitions and initiatives that are under formation. The purpose...

Updated March 14, 2016 This paper presents Telecentre Europe’s position on Digital Single Market Strategy. Key messages: Europeans should be considered not only as consumers, but as digitally-active producers, workers and citizens. Development of e-government services should go hand-in-hand with development of skills. Entrepreneurs and micro, small...

European Get Online Week (or simply GOW) is Telecentre-Europe’s flagship initiative and a digital empowerment campaign run at libraries, community centres, schools and non-for-profits across Europe every March. Next year on 14-20th of March GOW will encourage Europeans to use the Internet and technology in...

Six members of our Board and our Managing Director attended the largest ICT conference in the EU ICT 2015 – Innovate, Connect, Transform last 20-22 October in Lisbon. The event, co-organised by the European Commission together with our Portuguese member Fundaçao para a Ciência e...

By Masha Tarle Telecentre Europe held its 8th annual conference in Belgrade on 24 and 25th September, co-organised by our Serbian member International Aid Network . The 2-day event was attended by almost 150 participants and was held in the beautiful hotel Hyatt Regency Belgrade where...

The I-LINC platform will be the meeting point for stakeholders to constructively discuss and design socio-educational e-solutions and policy options to modernise education through ICT, provide inclusive alternatives to formal education developed by the non-formal education sector and Third sector, and create a new “digital”...

Telecentre Europe met with the Digital Champion of Belgium Saskia Van Uffelen earlier in April. A mother of five and CEO of Ericsson BeLux, S. Van Uffelen was invited to European Young Innovators Forum event to share her experience on what skills are crucial for today’s career and how...

Contrary to what many people may believe, not every European is digital yet. But we’re getting there. Thousands of non-formal education providers such as telecentres, non-profits and libraries are already busy bridging the gap. They work throughout the year to get people online, improve their...

Press release by El Teb 156 people participated in the celebration of the Social Internet Conference in Barcelona on January 21, 2015. Held at the Mobile World Space Centre, located in the city centre, this event attracted some different professionals working in the sector of the...