On June 3, the second workshop on the application of the e-Learning Lean Design methodology was held. The purpose of this meeting was to continue with the training contents design for the CounterRisk NOOC (nano online open course) aimed at consumer organizations. During this second workshop, progress was made in establishing the skills that the student will acquire with the CounterRisk training tool.
As a result of the workshop, a total of 47 skills were obtained for three profiles related to consumer education, such as:
- staff of consumer organizations,
- the authorities in charge of consumer awareness and education campaigns, and finally
- those organizations whose activities have the capacity to influence practice and policies.
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