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Training in digital skills for self-employed workers

“Almost half of the Spanish population (43%) lacks basic digital skills and an 8% has never used the internet," as established by the National Digital Skills Plan prepared by the Government of Spain.

The digital transformation of the economy and society has turned digital skills into fundamental tools in order to take advantage of the opportunities it offers from the economic, social and environmental point of view for the business fabric.

Administrations and companies are working to improve the digital skills of citizens and workers, although we cannot forget that each of us has an individual responsibility.

For all this the Public Employment Service (SEPE) and the State Foundation for Training and Employment (FUNDAE) They have launched more than 1,000 free courses for the self-employed group.

FUNDAE: training courses and training resources

FUNDAE has developed a space where you will find training courses and training resources developed by large companies, for you to use, at no cost. These companies have free training resources in digital skills on their websites and the Foundation has compiled them on the same page so that we have them accessible and choose those that best suit us.

In this space you will find access to free courses in digital skills provided by large companies. Find the topics that interest you the most, take advantage of the resources available to you, and share with other people who need this knowledge!

Go Digital+

Go digital+ It has the participation of organizations such as Amazon, School of Industrial Organization, Microsoft and Telefónica among others and the courses are on diverse topics such as robotics, e-commerce, mobile applications, artificial intelligence, digital marketing and cybersecurity.

In a global context with a changing and complex environment, the digital skills training It stands as a necessity to improve the competitiveness and productivity of the business sector.

Labor advisor at Asinte International Advisory Office

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