Digital competencies

(1) Information and data literacy.
(2) Communication and collaboration.
(3) Digital content creation.
(4) Safety.
(5) Problem solving.


In the future, most professions will require digital competencies. The DIGCOMP 2.0 framework identifies 21 skills, divided into 5 major areas (EU, 2020).

Digital competencies for the future

Each course addresses one or more of the 21 digital skills.
Basic and advanced training.
Certified by one of the most important digital Business Schools.
Presenting graphs and dashboards

The use of tables, graphs and dashboards to communicate quantitative information is a common practice and always required in the business world. It's a need for every managerial function (budgets, forecasts, economic plans, investments, cost structures, sales, tableau de bord). Through this course, you will learn how perception works from a neuroscientific point of view and which graphic tools to use according to the message you want to communicate or the situation you want to represent.
Duration: in-class (two days); online (four half-day modules).

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Managing reputation in a digital world

The digital landscape is fast-paced and ever-changing, but it's an equally inspiring and exciting environment to work in. This course is a must for anyone who works in marketing, communication, public relations, social media and advertising. Learn how to develop, manage and protect an organisation’s online reputation through social media including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
Duration: in-class (two days); online (four half-day modules).

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