Starting in March 2018, these three courses are dedicated to big data and digitalization of the public administration field.
Do you want to learn how to bring innovation to public administration? As part of our collaboration with Ascom and Irecoop Veneto, we organize a series of courses focused on big data and digitalization and designed to the public servants in the provinces of Verona, Vicenza, Padua and Treviso.
- IT and opportunities for the public administration
This course is dedicated to the correct implementation of the new reforms introduced by our legislation. Among the topics discussed are the digitalization of administrative procedures, digital payments, invoices and databases, transparency, digital binding systems, online services.
Duration: 12 hours (two 6-hour sessions)
Vicenza – c/o ESAC (via Piazzon 40, Creazzo) • March 7-14, March 21-28, April 4-11
Verona – c/o Confcooperative Verona (via Sommacampagna 63/h) • May 9-16
Padua – c/o ASCOM Padova • March 8-15, March 22-29, April 5-12, May 10-17, May 24-31, June 7-14
- From quantity to value: big data for public administration
Why are big data essential for the public sector? This course covers topics such as the big data - open data, the analysis of big data and related tech solutions, best practices from both the public and private sector.
Duration: 6 hours
Vicenza – c/o ESAC (via Piazzon 40, Creazzo) • April 18, May 23
Padua – c/o ASCOM Padova • March 20, April 10, May 29
- Data that produces value: experiential laboratory
The goal of this courses is to facilitate the transformation of information into useful knowledge to guide decision-making processes. The course promotes and develops the adoption of a distributive logic that starts from internal needs and takes into account the social and environmental needs, ensuring spaces for the sharing and exchange of knowledge (open data) able to activate and mobilize entire communities (crowdsourced problem solving).
Duration: 6 hours
Location: H-CAMPUS (via Sile 6, Roncade) • March 21, April 19, May 24, May 30
The dates may vary depending on the numbers of registrations.
For information and registration:
email@example.com for the Padua area
firstname.lastname@example.org for the Verona, Vicenza and Treviso areas