Digital Skills on the Path Forward:  
Mozilla RP/6 Web Literacy Skills Training

Technology is increasingly a necessity of everyday life from accessing the daily weather forecast to updating in real time patient medical records. In the near future, all jobs will be digital jobs.

 

In preparation, join Mozilla and RP/6 to learn new and enhance existing web literacy and project management skills that will improve your opportunities to compete for 21st Century jobs.    

 

Training will be interactive, participatory, and connected to real-world opportunities. You’ll leave with such core literacy skills needed for any digital jobs:

 

  • How to use the web to create and share work documents, including resumes.
  • How to create interactive web pages.
  • How to use GitHub, a web-based tool for project management.
  • How to use the web to improve collaboration, communication, problem-solving, and rigor in the workplace.

 

In addition, workshop participants will have an opportunity to discuss the skills needed for entry-level developer, designer, and IT support jobs with Mozilla staff.

Your Take-Aways

Hard Skills

21C Skills

Credentials

HTML

CSS

JavaScript

GitHub for Project Management

Web Mechanics

Collaboration

Communication

Problem-solving

Creativity

Opportunity to earn core Mozilla web literacy badges

Mozilla Web Literacy Leaders badges

Certificate of Completion of 2-day workshop

An Ongoing Opportunity

Interested participants can also elect to join an in-depth web literacy project-based training cohort piloted by Mozilla and RP/6 that leads to credentialing of Mozilla’s Web Literacy skills includes 21st Century Skills, Web Literacy, and Open Practices.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location Boys & Girls Club - Lakewood Branch
10402 Kline St SW
Lakewood, WA 98499

TO REGISTER 

Please go to http://bit.ly/pclsrp6mtacourses. Select the “Get Hired” button, and navigate to the date of the class that you want to register for. If you have any questions about registering, please contact Jamie at openlab@piercecountylibrary.org.

Email: Professional Communication

Learn about the best practices of professional communication, different email features and safety. This course can help you gain the skills to navigate different or difficult email situations. You will also explore additional free online resources provided through Pierce County Library System.

9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location Boys & Girls Club - Lakewood Branch
10402 Kline St SW
Lakewood, WA 98499