European Digital Skills Hub for Remote Workers

Why RemoteNET?

The compulsory transition to remote work caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted both the need for digital skills in individuals and the concepts of digital readiness for institutions.

Digital skills

Individuals who cannot adapt to remote working methods and do not have basic digital skills have started to stay out of the labour market.

Psycho-social problems

Individuals working remotely may experience socio-psychological problems related to work-life balance, time and stress management.

Musculoskeletal disorders

Wrong posture and working positions are responsible for significant disorders in the musculoskeletal system.

Target Groups

Men and women who are currently working remotely in the labour market:
they will be supported to have the necessary equipment while performing their professions at home

Individuals who have been out of employment with the transition to remote work:
their skills will facilitate their (re)entry into the labour market. In this sense, they will have open access and free resources


Digital workstation for remote work

A digital business platform containing the learning materials for adult learners customized to their needs. In the virtual office they can find the working tools as in a real office environment.

Massive open online course for remote skills

Individuals have access to learning resources useful to improve their digital skill capacities with a focus on working remotely. The online e-Learning course includes different digital skills and remote working tools.

Interactive guideline for worl well-being

An online guideline to improve the physical and psycho-social well-being parameters of individuals working remotely. The guideline is supported with Augmented Reality scenarios to make posture disorders visible in ergonomics.

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