Intervention co-financed by the Region of Apulia with resources from the European Social Fund 2014-2020 PO FESR-FSE PUGLIA 2014-2020 Axis VIII – Promoting sustainability and quality of employment and support for professional mobility Action 8.6 Interventions for reconciliation Sub-Action 8.6b ‘Measures to promote “corporate welfare” and new forms of family-friendly work organisation
In the name of innovation and professional development, the last lesson of the training modules envisaged in the Welfare Project of the Aerospace Technological District, known as ‘WELFAM2 DTA’, ended on 26 June. This ambitious project, co-funded by the Apulia Region with resources from the European Social Fund 2014-2020 PO FESR-FSE PUGLIA 2014-2020 Axis VIII – Promoting sustainability and quality of employment and support for professional mobility Action 8.6 Reconciliation measures Sub-Action 8. 6b “Measures for the promotion of “corporate welfare” and new forms of family-friendly work organisation, represented an important step forward in enhancing the skills of DTA staff, focusing on three separate modules concerning the worker in “agile mode”: Smart working and cybersecurity, DTA regulations and national legislation, and How to manage an online meeting.
Training Modules and Objectives
The “WELFAM2 DTA” training plan was structured in three distinct modules, each of which addressed issues relevant to organisational efficiency and professional growth within the Aerospace Technology District.
- Smart Working and Cybersecurity: This module delved into smart working strategies and tools, emphasising best practices to ensure the security of information and data in an increasingly pervasive digital working environment. The growing importance of cybersecurity was emphasised, providing staff with tools to identify and address cyber threats with a view to protecting the company and its employees.
- DTA Regulations and National Regulations: Understanding the Aerospace Technology District’s internal regulations and the national regulations that govern it is essential for effective operations. This module shed light on the regulatory framework in which DTA operates, providing employees with a solid basis on which to build their actions and decisions.
- How to Run an Online Meeting: In the age of digital communication, knowing how to run online meetings has become a key skill. From planning the agenda to moderating the discussion, this module provided practical tools to organise effective virtual meetings, ensuring that internal communications are smooth and productive.
The ‘WELFAM2 DTA’ training plan received considerable interest and involvement from the staff of the Aerospace Technology District. The active participation and positive feedback showed how eager staff are to invest in their professional development and to adapt to the ever-changing challenges of the modern working world.