Toronto – July 14, 2020 – UFCW Canada’s ground-breaking online education program, webCampus, is continuing its commitment to innovation with the introduction of the Digital Skills program, designed to help participants update their skills, prepare for new challenges, and thrive in the digital economy.
Available to all UFCW members, family members, and community partners completely free of charge, the webCampus Digital Skills centre offers a diverse range of cutting-edge courses to better equip the membership with the digital and information technology skills increasingly in demand as a central part of today’s constantly changing labour market.
Using easy-to-understand, video-based training on the most popular computer courses out there, the Digital Skills program features 19 learning modules that cover everything from Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to Microsoft Office Suite to Google Apps and Docs, in addition to newer technologies like Evernote and Microsoft Teams.
The new digital skills wing of webCampus is a direct response to UFCW Canada's automation and technological impact strategy and the resource is offered in partnership with the Government of Canada's Future Skills Centre.
Registration for the webCampus Digital Skills program is now open. To learn more about the program, or to sign up for courses today, visit webCampus.