MICRO2 toolkit will serve as a knowledge repository where training contents and tools will be accessible and available for a practical application and highly effective upskilling in 3 languanges [EN, ES, ITA]

This know-how container will be flexible and expandable to foster project sustainability.

The training contents will be defined on the basis of the results of Work Package n.2 “MICRO 2 Digital Model”, which will provide a benchmark of DigComp and EntreComp competences for microenterprises in rural areas and will provide the necessary outputs to combine them with the identified topics mentioned above.

The implementation of this WP will lead to the following results:

  1. Final consolidation of a Multilanguage training curricula that aims at equipping microenterprises in rural areas for their digitalisation processes in topics relevant to the current digital context

  2. Increased value creation in rural areas where the participating microenterprises operate, particularly within the partner countries (Ireland, Belgium, Italy and Spain), in economic and social terms: improved competitiveness of microenterprises, increased employment, more and better service and product choices for customers, among others.

  3. A new paradigm in the development of microenterprises operating in rural areas through the modernisation of their processes.

  4. Learning outcomes: microenterprise staff will become more proficient in navigating virtual environments and will be able to work securely over the Internet. They will be able to consider teleworking if their activity allows it, maintaining the same or improving productivity; they will know the benefits of applying digital marketing in their business and will improve the way they communicate with their customers and target groups through the Internet/social networks.


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