In 2018 and 2019, Digital Inclusion taught IT classes and workshops in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour and the European Social Fund.
The classes covered subjects designed to develop autonomous computer use in both in daily life and work environments.
The classes were designed for job seekers, but open to all. They focused on digital literacy, employability, and the ECDL test, and were taught in many languages, to support communities that may otherwise face barriers to digital literacy.
This program widened access to digital society among people who did not have the tools or knowledge before, and also improved access to the job market. It complemented Digital Inclusion’s efforts to equip Luxembourg residents who could not otherwise afford it with IT equipment.