The presentation event of the project "National Survey of Digital Skills" in the Central Region of Portugal, in the context of the INCoDe.2030 actions, held at Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN), on March 14th, brought together a number of public, private and third sector entities interested in learning about and seeing their initiatives (actions/training) of digital skills disseminated at national and international level.
Marília Curado, Director of the Laboratory for Informatics and Systems (LIS) of the IPN, opened the session, which included the intervention of Pedro Roseiro, member of the Executive Committee of TICE.PT and manager of international projects at Inova-Ria, who spoke about the challenges and opportunities of the Digital Transition.
During the event, Susana Ramos, INCoDe.2030 project manager, presented the initiative. Rui Gidro, Beatriz Gonçalves and Sara Amaral, from Deloitte's project team, presented the operational part of the National Survey of Digital Enablement Projects, namely the form through which entities may insert their digital capability initiatives and the platform on which the initiatives will be disclosed. The data from the pilot session in Aveiro were also presented.
INCoDe.2030, an integrated public policy initiative launched in 2017 with the aim of promoting digital skills in Portugal, is currently developing, together with Deloitte, this project that consists of identifying the digital training initiatives (training courses, training actions, among others) promoted in Portugal by public, private and civil society entities, with the Pedro Nunes Institute (IPN), through the Laboratory for Informatics and Systems (LIS), collaborating as a partner and pivot of the project in the Central Region.