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Citizens’ Digital Academy Available through gov.gr

ATHENS – As of Wednesday, the Citizens' Digital Academy is available, through gov.gr, to all citizens who want to improve their digital skills. This is an initiative of the Ministry of Digital Government, which was implemented under the guidance of Deputy Minister Grigoris Zarifopoulos and gathers educational material, freely available to the public, on an online platform (nationaldigitalacademy.gov.gr). In its first edition, the Citizens' Digital Academy has more than 150 basic and advanced courses, corresponding to more than 1,500 hours of training.

The courses are aimed at both those who need basic digital skills in their daily lives and those who want to further enrich their knowledge in new technologies. Each citizen can choose the course that suits his interests and level of knowledge, attend it and complete it whenever he wishes.

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