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Five European Regional Skills ecosystems comprising H/VET, HE centers and educational policymakers, digital transformation experts and sectoral representatives from Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece and Bulgaria, will collaboratively design, test, refine and exploit an integral curriculum in digital transformation competence for mid to high level EU technicians, available in English and all 5 partner languages by 2023.

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Digital self-evaluation tool

Digital self-evaluation tool will be a self-diagnosis of technical and transversal competences that to be developed based on the Digital Transformation Skills Index. The technicians will convey online evaluation of learning outcomes, achieved in each module and innovative learning for IVET and CVET training, offering conclusion to learners/technicians/VET staff on their skills training, upskilling or reskilling. 

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