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Mision and Objectives • Meeting training needs of motivators working in Spanish telecentre networks. • The training enhances the skills of these professionals, increasing their knowledge and skills so that they in turn can serve the users of the telecentres in the friendly approach and empowering ICT • Building, through training, a model for the role of motivator which supports the development of telecentres with a community purpose. • Strengthening, through training, participation and cooperation in the telecentre nets managed by Fundación Esplai.
Presencial Training Methodology Online trainingElements Escalability GTA y NTA España Communities
Our training activities are designed according to a global curriculum which tackles basic skills for telecentre motivators and which starts from training needs identified in telecentres. The curriculum has two main focus: • Level of experience of motivators • StartersCurriculum • Intermediate • Advanced • Types of learnings • Managerial and organizational • Theoretical and ideological • Methodological • Technological
Starters 1. Starting up an online centre 2. Resources to support facilitation task in online centreOnline courses delivered 3. Planning a digital literacy Workshop 4. Online procedures for bureaucratic issues / facilitating access to eServices Advanced 5. Gender Issues 6. Introduction to Windows 21. Working in a Network (Building Social/Nonprofit 7. Introduction to GNU/Linux Networks and Network’s Culture) 8. Getting familiar with Office Tools 22. Volunteering in an Online Centre 9. Internet Security 23. Facilitating ICT learning (access/use) for Disabled people Intermediate 24. Facilitating ICT learning (access/use) for Offenders inside Jails 10. Elaboration of the Online Centre’s Mission Project 25. Facilitating Organized Groups through collaborative /Managing projects and funds learning methods/tools and Internet 11. Social Entrepreneurship 26. ICT Facilitation inside Libraries and/or other 12. Facilitating ICT learning (access/use) in Kids minor Cultural agencies than 12 years 27. Online Centres in Rural Environments 13. Facilitating ICT access/use Youth aged 12/18 years 28. Blog as an Online Centre Development Tool 14. Facilitating ICT Learning (access/use) in 29. Exploiting Web 2.0. Migrants/Refugees 30. Create and facilitate a wiki 15. Facilitating ICT Learning (access/use) in Aged People 31. Training via Moodle. 16. Facilitating Job Seeking in the Online Centre 17. Ethic Education in the Online Centre 18. Editing Pictures with Gimp 19. Digital Photography workshop in the Online Centre 20. Digital Video in the Online Centre
Each year three training series are delivered, with an average of 6 courses each Each course has 30 learnersOnline training Each year 600 learners have a training opportunity
Contents •Contents are mainly methodological: they teach how to work in aMain features of the model telecentrem and provide criteria and patterns that motivators can easily apply •Technological contents about programmes and/or specific applications always have a methodological focus. •Contents are developed from the curriculum. Courses • Courses last between 3 and 6 weeks, with an estimate average dedication of 5 hours per week per learner. • Courses try to stir maximum interaction among learners, fostering experience exchange and shared knowldge. Participation is the key. • Courses are structured in modules and units. Each unit includes evaluation grids which allow each consultant to monitor learnings.
Coordination • Conducts and fuels the programme.Main features of the model • Guarantees training activities of equal level. • Monitors and validates new content and activity development. • Administrates learners. Tutors • Platform tutors are mainly motivators currently working in the same networks which receive training. • Tutors contribute job experience and knowledge. • Tutors create contents and deliver courses. • Tutors are trained by coordinators. Learners • Learners are telecentre motivators and TIC trainers.
• Getting an official certification for our training model. • Reinforcing and mainstreaming our model through agreements with other telecentre networks.Challenges • Completing the curriculum by developing contents yet to complete. • Widening target group and developing training for telecentre directors. • Sharing and developing knowledge in the framework of the Telecentre.org Academy
FORMACIÓN http://moodle.esplai.org http://moodle.esplai.org
BEFORE DURING AFTER CourseTraining consultants or virtual Posttutors Previous week Closing EvaluationPreparation of the courses weekRevisionPublish on the web
Manual of a good virtual tutor MANUAL TO BE ABLE TO DO ELEARNING TRAINING COURSES FOR TELECENTRE MOTIVATORSMANUAL PARA LLEVAR A CABO CURSOS DE FORMACIÓN ONLINE PARA PERSONAS DINAMIZADORAS DE TELECENTROS
Evolución demanada/oferta/ocupación • Programme working Periodo mayo 05-mayo 08 since: february 2005 Demanda Plazas disponibles Ocupación real • 100 training activities 1000Online training 900 done in 10 training series. 800 • 27 courses developed 700 600 from scratch 500 • 2.600 students 400 • 72 % of learners obtain 300 a degree 200 100 0 may 05 oct 05 feb 06 may 06 oct 06 feb 07 may 07 oct 07 feb 08 may 08
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