Digital Solidarity – free seats on FSR online courses

for professionals and students in the energy sector who are most affected by the covid-19 epidemic and the country-based mitigation measures

FSR training for Digital Solidarity

Following the Initiative of the Italian Ministry, Solidarieta Digitale (Digital Solidarity) the Florence School of Regulation Energy & Climate would like to offer to professionals and students in the energy sector who are most affected by the COVID-19 country-based mitigation measures, a total of 50 free seats on our online courses starting from April till October 2020 (max 20 seats per course, in order to guarantee the quality of the learning experience).

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For the time being, we will give priority to candidates who are resident in Italy, China, Iran, and South Korea.

Digital Solidarity: FSR would like to support professionals and students in the energy sector who are mostly affected by the covid-19 containment measures by offering free learning opportunities.

Submit your candidature here

(by the deadline of the course you choose, and no later than 15 September 2020).

You will be recontacted by our team. For any queries, please contact: Chiara Canestrini (FSR online training).

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