The Celje School Centre decided to bring the ESF projects closer to the rural population. In addition to the central location, we moved a part of the workshops, guidance activities and education programmes to the local environment, to the offices of local communities and municipalities who also informed the locals of the events through local media.
We are very proud to announce that this year we managed to include adults with a farmer status in our guidance activities. Some of them have already achieved their officially recognised certificates on completion of the Computer Literacy for Adults programme.
At the end of the programme, we asked them whether they were happy they decided to return to school for a while. Until now, Ivan had to ask his son to help him with the farm documentation. However, the young often do not have time or patience to help their (grand)parents. “Since I attended the computer literacy class, I manage all the documentation on the eDavki tax portal on my own. You see, I get no more paper bills, only electronic ones,” he proudly explains. Other programme participants will use their new computer knowledge to help them with work tasks. The cashier will now be able to edit price lists in Excel, the delivery man already tested the application that guides the users to the entered address, and other participants will now be able to fill out the travel orders in electronic format.
Špela Kumer (firstname.lastname@example.org), Celje School Centre