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DELSA Training consists of 10 courses specifically designed for low-skilled adults to equip them with the digital skills and competences identified in IO2.
The focus of DELSA is not Digital Literacy, but digital competence, described by the OECD as “the ability to use technology to solve problems and accomplish complex tasks”.
More specifically, those set of digital skills and competences include cognitive skills for the information age.

DELSA Training builds on the thorough knowledge of partners in both low-skilled adults (the partnership includes AE providers) and technical content of digital skills and cognitive skills (the partnership includes both public and private providers of specialised training).

Partners already defined the structure of the training content and therefore of the OER, which will be further developed according to the findings of the Capacity Gap Assessment O2.
The fields identified are the following:

  1. Information and data literacy
    • Browsing, searching and filtering data, information and digital content
    • Evaluating data, information and digital content
    • Managing data, information and digital content
    • Articulate information needs
    • Locate and retrieve digital data, information and content
    • Store, manage, and organise digital data
  2. Communication & collaboration
    • Interacting through digital technologies
    • Sharing through digital technologies
    • Engaging in citizenship through digital technologies
    • Collaborating through digital technologies
    • Netiquette
    • Managing digital identity
    • Manage one’s digital identity and reputation
    • Basics of cognitive skills for digital age
    • Fundamentals of sense of initiative
  3. Digital content creation
    • Developing digital content
    • Integrating and re-elaborating digital content
    • Copyright and licences
    • Programming
    • Effective use of ICT tools and apps
    • Which web resources for self-empowerment?
  4. Safety
    • Protecting devices
    • Protecting personal data and privacy
    • Protecting health and well-being
    • Protecting the environment
    • Digital and Personal Data
    • Privacy
    • Protecting devices
  5. Problem solving
    • Solving technical problems
    • Identifying needs and technological responses
    • Creatively using digital technologies
    • Identifying digital competence gaps
    • Problem identification: how to identify the real issue. Define the settings, context and objective
    • Learn to Choose: making informed decisions
    • Identifying Alternatives

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