LEADS Thematic Webinar: Good Practices in SPECIALISED Courses’ Communication

Join Us for the LEADS Thematic Webinar. We are excited to invite you to an insightful webinar on “Good Practices in SPECIALISED Courses’ Communication”, hosted by the LEADS ADVANCED DIGITAL SKILLS. Join us on May 7, 2024, at 11:00 am and learn insights from our colleague Simona Ramanauskaitė from the Digital MERIT project. Another specialised project, like ours, Digital4Business will share their expertise and experiences and effectively communicate their courses. In this webinar, we will briefly present our project and various aspects of communication, including:

  • An overview of communication efforts
  • Real-life case studies and examples
  • Challenges encountered
  • Innovative solutions
  • Lessons learned
  • Future plans

This webinar is essential for anyone involved in course development in ADS master courses and their communication within higher education institutions. Gain valuable insights and strategies to enhance communication efforts and drive success in your courses.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best and take your course’s communication to the next level! Register now and get your ticket for free to participate in the event!

What’s a specialised project?


The SPECIALISED Projects in the DIGITAL program, consisting of eight actions under the Advanced Digital Skills objective, are overseen by the LEADS consortium. This leadership role involves leveraging the expertise and training programs of these projects to bridge gaps between communities and initiatives, fostering collaboration among industry stakeholders and Digital Innovation Hubs, particularly targeting SMEs and startups. The overarching goal is to drive innovation and advance digital skills across Europe. The mission includes establishing a vibrant digital ecosystem by bringing together researchers and industries to position Europe as a leader in emerging digital talents. Through strategic partnerships, the focus is on supporting the development of exemplary education and training institutions that promote innovation and digital advancements. Central to this initiative is the creation of a flexible tertiary degree education program, with options for 60, 90, or 120 academic credits, in collaboration with competence centres and industry partners. This collaboration aims to develop and enhance exceptional courses tailored to the evolving digital landscape.


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