The INCoDe.2030 Route – Digital Capacitation goes to Aveiro, where the next session will take place on the 26th of January, between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, at the Renato Araújo Auditorium – Central and Rectory Building of the University of Aveiro.
This session will be dedicated to the theme of “Smart Cities”, and will give voice to local initiatives, but also to emblematic projects that promote digital empowerment in Portugal, and which have the support of INCoDe.2030.
The INCoDe.2030 Roadmap is touring the whole country, focusing on a multitude of themes. It has already passed through Sines, Azores, Castelo Branco, Coimbra and Santarém where the themes of Cybersecurity, Sea, Citizenship and Digital Sovereignty, Education and Health were discussed.
Three face-to-face workshops will take place in parallel, registration for which is mandatory:
1. PTSOC & PSP| Cybersecurity Challenges & Best Practices – is a workshop aimed at Companies, Organizations and all Professionals. It aims to contribute to greater awareness and training on Cybersecurity issues, by identifying the main risks and threats of using cyberspace in the national context and sharing good practices and safe behavior in the use of technology and digital.
2. MOLD | Eu Sou Digital – EUSOUDIGITAL is a simple and free digital initiation program. Developed with adults over 45 years old in mind, with little or no contact with the internet, this training will teach you how to do research and surf the internet, create a digital identity, a personal account on a social network and use email.
3. SPMS | SNS24 – is training aimed at ordinary citizens and health professionals, which teaches how to use the SNS24 App and the personal area of the portal, as well as how to access the main functionalities of digital health services, namely teleconsultation.
During the morning, there will also be two workshops aimed at schools:
Engineers for a day – is a workshop aimed at students of school age. The Engenheiras Por Um Dia Program encourages non-higher education students to opt for engineering and technology (STEM), deconstructing the idea that these are male domains.
Computational Thinking | ENSICO – is a workshop aimed at students of school age. ENSICO promotes a class that encourages young people’s computational thinking, through a notebook that allows them to understand the concepts behind a computer.
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