After two years of intense and productive work, the Digital Competences Development System - DCDS Project is about to end. The last two outputs produced by the consortium are now available  and we invite you to check, read, use, and share! The DCDS project established a...

The CODINC (Codinc for Inclusion) Methodology scales up the Capital Digital project which was developed and implemented by project partner Maks. The Capital Digitaal project took places in centres of informal education, where teenagers of disadvantaged backgrounds were trained to become e-facilitators giving them their...

On 25 January 2018, partners from eight organisations gathered in Brussels to kick-off the new 2-year project funded by Erasmus+ KA3 - Digital Competences Development System (DCDS). What is the purpose of the project? Around a quarter of the European adult population struggles with reading and writing...

We are pleased to present a final Toolkit of the CodeMob project, which is aimed at teaching coding and the effective use of mobile devices in telecentres. This Toolkit presents the two training curricula, introduces the online learning platform, and also gives practical tips on...

This year the ALL DIGITAL Summit in Barcelona will serve as the final event of the CodeMob project. We are going to present the project results in four ways: The CodeMob project will be presented at the Project Lightning Talks A short film summarizing the...

CODEMOB - teaching coding and mobile devices in telecentres is a project that designed two courses on coding and mobile devices for users and a training curriculum for e-Facilitators. CODEMOB has created a comprehensive curriculum through which unemployed young users would learn how to use their...

National and Local Coalitions are multi-stakeholder partnerships which aim to promote and implement the objectives of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs in each Member State. Telecentre Europe is one of the organisations forming part of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Secretariat. Many of our members are...

The project “KC4All” − Key Competences for All − supported the enhancement of the basic key competencies of low qualified adults improving their employability through an alternative learning approach (ICT-based, user-centered, interest-oriented). The toolkit is available in 5 languages: English, French, Spanish, Latvian and Romanian. The toolkit enables...

Key Competences for All brings new benefits to the European telecentres and their customers, by providing an employability toolkit that is especially designed for telecentre use. In the spring of 2009 an informal partnership formed under the auspices of Telecentre‐Europe, submitted an application to the EC...