Serbia celebrated e-Skills Week and Get Online Day

From 1st till 5th March IAN Telecentar celebrated e-Skills week and Get Online Day in Serbia. Within the e-Skills Week IAN Telecentar opened its door to all interested citizens for free-of-charge ECDL testing. All people who passed at least one exam got free ECDL indexes. In addition, during the action as well as during the regular ICT classes in IAN Telecentar introduced all the participants with the Telecentre-Europe network and invited them to join the Get Online Day. On the last day of the e-Skills Week, representatives of IAN Telecentar were speakers at two important events. One was the round table “eSkills for Serbia” organised jointly by the Serbian Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society, Microsoft and Serbian Chamber of Commerce. At this event IAN presented its results, current project realised in partnership with Microsoft “IT Literacy - a Vehicle Towards Employment”, as well as the mission of Telecentre-Europe network and its Get Online Day action implemented all across Europe.

On the same day, at the press conference organised by JISA – national ECDL provider, IAN Telecentar presented its work on raising ICT literacy of vulnerable groups, Get Online Day organised by TE as well as the results from the free ECDL testing. Within the action, that on the national level involved 1000 examinees, the success rate at the exams was 83%. Interest of people for this action was huge, and it can be expected to grow each year. At this conference IAN Telecentar was proclaimed to be the ECDL test centre with greatest number of tests performed in the capital of Serbia during the e-Skills week.

Get Online Day in Serbia, IAN Telecentar

Get Online Day in Serbia, IAN Telecentar

Get Online Day in Serbia, IAN Telecentar

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