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Enhancing Digital Skills for Workforce and Volunteer Development in WNC

In the scene it shows a community center where diverse individuals are actively engaged in learning digital skills. 

Some are using laptops and tablets, while others participate in a workshop led by an instructor, set against the backdrop of scenic Appalachian Mountains typical of the Western North Carolina region.

The learning atmosphere is vibrant and collaborative, emphasizing the importance of digital literacy for workforce development.

This Broadband Breakfast webinar focuses on enhancing digital skills for workforce development.

Key topics include the importance of digital literacy in today's job market, practical tips for improving digital skills, and resources available for continuous learning. 

Experts discuss how digital proficiency can lead to better job opportunities and career advancement. 

The session also highlights various training programs and tools that can help individuals and organizations stay competitive in a technology-driven environment.

Digital Skills Training Outline


  • Host Drew Clark introduction and objectives.
  • Importance of digital skills in the job market.

Digital Literacy

  • Definition and essential components.
  • Examples of digital literacy in various industries.

Improving Digital Skills

  • Practical tips:
    • Setting learning goals.
    • Utilizing free online resources.
    • Practicing regularly with digital tools.
  • Recommendations for daily practice.

Resources for Continuous Learning

  •  Online courses (Coursera, LinkedIn Learning, GCF Global, Metrix Learning etc.).
  •  Community programs and workshops.
  •  Certification programs for advanced skills.

Career Advancement

  • How digital skills enhance employability.
  • Examples of career growth through digital proficiency.
  • Real-life success stories and case studies.

Interactive Session

  • Live Q&A with participants.
  • Personalized advice and recommendations.

For detailed insights, watch the full webinar  at

For customized Digital Literature Network learning, please email Marc@DigLit.Net.

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