In this section of the fourth module, we will focus on how trainers/educators in adult education can effectively teach the essential skills required to identify the practices which will support low skilled adults to protect devices and digital content, and to understand risks and threats in digital environments as well as knowing about safety and security measures and to have a due regard to reliability and privacy.
“Lesson 4.1: Protecting devices” will aim at providing adult educators with the necessary tools and insights to educate the learners about protecting their devices effectively. This module will delve into the essential aspects of digital security, including awareness of various digital technologies, understanding the threats and vulnerabilities associated with devices, and implementing best practices to safeguard not only your devices but also the sensitive information they contain.
“Lesson 4.2: Protecting personal data and privacy?” will address to empower adult educators with the tools and insights necessary to educate your students on the vital aspects of digital security and privacy. By the end of this course, Adult educators will have the expertise to guide adult learners in making informed decisions about their digital interactions, securing their personal information, and contributing positively to the digital ecosystem.
Finally, “Lesson 4.3: Protecting health and well being” we will explore the critical facets of digital competence within the context of security, focusing on how individuals can safeguard their well-being in an increasingly interconnected world. Throughout this module, educators will gain insights, tools, and resources that will enable you to impart essential knowledge to adult learners, empowering them to navigate the digital world safely and responsibly. Also this module will equip educators with the expertise needed to promote health, well-being, and security in the digital age.
The aim of this module is to develop competences of adult educators’ / facilitators to identify the practices which will support low skilled adults to protect devices and digital content, and to understand risks and threats in digital environments as well as knowing about safety and security measures and to have a due regard to reliability and privacy.
By the end of this module, learners will:
- Apply different ways to protect devices and digital content, and Understand the importance of information and data literacy in today’s society.
- Show different digital technologies for social well‐ being and social inclusion.