Wishing to expand the knowledge on coding, programming, computational thinking and digital civic approach, CodeLab Clubs are progressing in the selected schools in Korca. Next week, the training activities will be organized in the premises of Korca Business Incubator. The infrastructure is very modern there, with capacities for 25 students to attend. Common spaces for work and conferences are made available for the students.
After a continuous work and efforts, the meeting of the Rural Council for Local Economic Development took place in the Municipality of Devoll. The participants from administrative units of Devoll were introduced the project “Rural Korce”, the law on the function of Local Action Groups (LAGs) and the Italian experience with LAGs from Umbria Region.
In the framework of the project “Korça CodeLab Clubs (CLC) for Democracy Change Makers! funded by the Democracy Commission Small Grants Program of the US Embassy in Tirana, the first Code Club training session took place today in “Faik Konica” high school in Korca.
On Saturday, February 2nd 2019, the Conference of the Rural Council for Local Economic Development was organized in the conference room of Hotel “Koçibelli” in Korca.
The CodeLab Club of “Fan S. Noli” – TIK school in Korca organized the first training session today with the online program “Khan Academy”.
The training session took place at the Informatics lab of the school where students as assisted by trainers were first signed up and set their accounts in order to proceed with the first steps of the training.
The Interim meeting was organized as being part of WP1 in the framework of the project “SMEInnoBoost” under the Interreg - Balkan-Mediterranean 2014 - 2020 Transnational Program, aiming at increasing the innovation capacity of SMEs in the region.
On July 27th 2018 in Korca was organized a workshop with the topic “Main factors for innovation in micro, small and medium enterprises” in the framework of the project “SMEInnoBoost” co-funded by the European Union - Interreg-Balkan Med Programme.
MAPs go directly to our food chain.
Increase of MAPs quality after they have been collected, through supervised drying process and under hygienic conditions, away from environment pollution, has become a priority for the Regional Development Agency in Korca.