DIGITA’s training course provides a specialized course focused on learning the new business dynamics enabled by modern digital technologies through real work experiences. The training course aims to train professionals on the topic of Industry 4.0.
The lessons will take place in the Digita classroom, inside the technological center of San Giovanni a Teduccio of the University of Naples Federico II and, during the project work, at the offices of partner companies. The didactic project is articulated over 9 months and involves the participation of a number of learners, up to a maximum of 50. The expected commitment (max 1400 hours) will include lectures, exercises, group work, challenges and project work at partner companies, seminars, external events and self-employment. Attendance to the course activities is mandatory for at least 70% of the total amount of hours.
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Yes, Attendance to course activities is mandatory for at least 70% of the total amount of hours. The percentage of attendance is calculated on the total number of hours through a paper register to be signed at the time of entry and exit.
Every year Digita Academy evolves and adaps to the new skills required in the field of digital transformation.
These are some of topics of the latest editions:
App Development for Android devices
Internet of Things
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
- Realtà virtuale & Realtà aumentata
- Stampa 3D
Information & Communication Technologies – Industrial Engineering – Project Management – Economics – Knowledge of the English language.
During the interview, the motivation to participate in the training course and the candidate’s aptitudes (like teamworking, problem setting, problem solving and interpersonal relations) will also be evaluated.
The Digita Academy will consider to provide a contribution (like a reimbursement of expenses). Any right to the contribution is linked to the actual participation.
Extent and modalities will be announced at the beginning of the second phase of the Academy (the project work phase).