Professional Trainings

Teaching and giving lectures has always been part of my life: I enjoy communicating my skills and share knowledge and have always been active as a professional trainer and academic lecturer, especially concerning the field of Information Society, e-inclusion, e-Accessibility, communication. I have a multidisciplinary approach that combines different visions and topics are always tackled by several angles: technological, legal, social and strategic.

Professional trainings

2006
Assintel, Milano (Italy): Professional training course addressed to ITC managers concerning web accessibility regulation and SEO.

2005
Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma (Italy) – (Higher Health Institute) – professional training course to health institution managers about the law requirements and accessibility and webmarketing connections (Seminary)
Posytron Academy, Reggio Calabria (Italy) – specialization course for web and ICT professionals. 30 hours’ course on webaccessibility techniques and national regulations.
Istituto Cavazza, Bologna (Italy) – Internal professional training on accessibility technologies, disability classification and pathologies, webstandards and regulation.

2004
Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma (Italy) – (Higher Health Institute) – professional training course to health institution managers about the law requirements and accessibility and webmarketing connections (Seminary)
Evoluzione Telematica srl, Brescia (Italy) – Internal professional training addressed both to web developers (Web standards and technologies) and management (Accessibility and webmarketing, national and international regulation). Course.

2003
PosteCom Spa, Milano (Italy)– internal professional training course for content managers and web developers on web accessibility techniques, regulations and standards. Keen attention was put on linguistic aspects to improve communication (reduced dictionaties, syntax).
Verisign / TrustItalia Spa, Terni (Italy) – Internal professional training to the management on regulations and webmarketing connections with web accessibility.

 

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