The testing phase of the training itinerary begins

The testing phase of the training itinerary begins

The objective of the DIGinLOGS project has been fulfilled with the design of an updated digitalization itinerary in logistics accessible to the target groups (teachers of the trade and marketing family, trainers and workers in the sector).

The partners have agreed on the digitalization itinerary in logistics, developed the training programs of the modules that make up the itinerary and didactic resources for asynchronous, open digitalization training.

The aim of the itinerary is for teachers to learn about the computer applications that companies in the logistics sector use in the different areas (business management, warehouse management, data analysis) in order to later transfer this knowledge to the classroom.

In the first phase, an observatory with an international perspective was developed to detect the training needs for digitalization in logistics and, with those considered priorities, to develop a training program for each need, thus shaping the digitalization itinerary in logistics.

The results that the project requires are twofold: the design of a digitalization itinerary in logistics with its training programs adapted to the ICT skills of the sector and an online course to deliver these training programs, open to the general public.

In November, the itinerary will be tested by the four partners in their geographical area and for their target audience.

The four partners are calling on their target group to carry out, in November, a test edition through their website and with emails to companies in the sector, public and private educational centres that have logistics training.

From the month of January, a period of mass dissemination begins, which also includes the multiplier events of each partner, to show companies, centres, and regional, national and European administrations the results obtained in the DIGinLOGS project.

The European project, DIGinLOGS, is funded by the European Union and has as partners, in addition to CIFPA, the French entity AFT, the firm INYCOM (Spain) and Action Synergy (Greece).

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