The final results of the new digital skills training program DYPA – Huawei have been published.
Today, Friday, September 22, the final tables with the successful, runner-up and excluded students from the new online training program entitled “Basic Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Skills” were published on the DYPA website at the link https://www.dypa.gov.gr/nea-anakoinwseis. The tables have been grouped according to priority and based on the specified criteria.
DYPA will immediately send each successful/beneficiary of the program an informational email about her selection and about the next steps regarding her registration on the educational platform and attendance of the online courses.
This measure is being implemented within the framework of cooperation between DYPA and HUAWEI to raise the skills level of the workforce and reduce the digital gap in the labor market. Program, total duration 100 Hours, related to providing training to 500 Unemployed women in the thematic modules: a) Basic Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Skills and b) Huawei Certified ICT Assistant (HCIA) – Datacom.
Upon completion of the programme, trainees will have acquired the basic knowledge and skills required in networking and will have understood the basic principles of routing and switching, wireless networking, network security, the basic concepts of IPv4 and IPv6, and the basic elements of SDN and automation.
The program will be implemented through Interlei (International Institute of Education), Huawei’s official educational institution in Greece, and is provided free of charge by Huawei as part of its corporate social responsibility.
Upon completion of each thematic module, all beneficiaries will have the right to participate in the corresponding free tests that will confirm their level of knowledge. Upon successful completion of the program, trainees will receive a certificate of attendance.
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