DiCultYouth has unveiled an online training course aiming to help young people with fewer opportunities improve their digital skills and boost their employability in the cultural sector.
The training course, titled “DiCultYouth for a European digital economy” course consists of 17 units, separated in three modules:
- Introduction to digitalisation in the Cultural sector
- Cultural Heritage Management
- Practical training in new Digital Technologies
The DiCultYouth team worked hard in the past months to draft the content of the modules and develop it online. Four Elements, the Greek partner of the consortium pilot tested the online course and gave to the project’s team valuable feedback to finalise this output, supporting to maximise its quality and impact for the future.
The training course is available in English, Greek, Serbian, French and Bosnian can be accessed both on a PC or a mobile device, on the project’s platform here.