In today’s digitalized world, everyone, particularly those from marginalized groups, should have basic computing skills so that they are on an equal footing in the job market.

The project’s concrete objectives are to equip adult trainers with the skills they’ll need to help their learners (especially those from underprivileged social groups, such as the unemployed and young women) improve their digital skills, increase interest in their brand, and find employment in today’s increasingly digital world, while also ensuring their learners’ online safety.

Better education will demystify cyber safety and digital skills, and help adult trainers convey these to their students in an accessible way, so they can become more employable.


The Cyber Skills project foresees the implementation of the following activities:

  • First Activity: The first activity places emphasis on general IT usage and understanding of computers and mobile devices.

  • Second Activity: The 2nd activity focuses on Netiquette and why it is important to be as polite online as you are in the real world, as well as a health and safety guide on how to stay safe online.
  • Third Activity: The 3rd activity focuses on digital marketing, including the creation and maintenance of an online presence, effective online strategies, digital branding, and the creation and maintenance of user engagement.


Adult trainers will be prepared to train the next generation of digitally-capable workers, who will be able to find employment that requires ICT skills and will not be intimidated by emerging technologies. We also anticipate that these adult trainers will be able to reach marginalized groups such as young women, migrants, etc. more effectively.