Norway Grants and EEA Grants 2014–2021
Working together for a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.

Raising Digital Competences (digi.komp)

Programme area:

Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship


Improved institutional cooperation at all levels of education (formal and informal)


New teaching and learning practices for work and life developed and knowledge and good practices shared on advancing skills and competencies in education

Project title:

Raising Digital Competences

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Project Promoter:

Adult Education Centre of Zasavje

Project Partners:

Partner 1: Cultural Institution Delavski dom Trbovlje
Partner 2: The Library of Tone Seliškar Trbovlje
Partner 3: Piksel Produksjoner, Ltd (NOR)

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Co-financing source:

Norway Grants and corresponding Slovenian contribution

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Main project results:

Permanent increase of digital competences of teachers and training providers and their introduction at work and in life by developing 39 new programmes.

Project summary:

The use of technology and digital content has been expanding rapidly in recent years. However, the population is still mainly insensitive to digital changes or has reservations about using technology in everyday life. In society, there are increasing demands for digital content, which teachers and other pedagogical workers and training organisers find difficult to follow in their work. Children, adults and the elderly need quality training to improve their digital competences for work and in everyday life. Within the project, the use of digital technology is encouraged with three contact centres for grouping and active use of modern digital technology and the exchange of knowledge, the active involvement of vulnerable groups in social life is promoted by increasing the competences of teachers, mentors, multipliers and other employees in the public sector who spread their knowledge among preschool children, pupils, students, adults and the elderly. The project also encourages innovation and creativity in formal and informal education by developing new attractive learning approaches that raise the quality of services.

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