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Impact of the European strategy for data on the European Statistical System

Impact of the European strategy for data on the European Statistical System

Course Leader

Colleagues from Eurostat unit A5

Target Group

Operational and management staff in with an interest in data access, interoperability, data infrastructure and capabilities

Entry Qualifications

  • Sound command of English. Participants should be able to make short interventions and to actively participate in discussions

Objective

  • The objective of this course is to familiarise the participants with the European strategy for data, and the resulting opportunities and challenges for the European Statistical System.  
    The strategy foresees actions in a number of areas including legislation, data governance, empowering of citizens managing their data, cloud services and financial investments.

Contents

  • Governance framework for data access and use
  • Investments in skills, capabilities and infrastructures
  • Common European data spaces
  • High-value datasets
  • Control of personal data by citizens
  • Cloud services
  • Financial instruments

Expected Outcome

Following the course, the participants are expected to function as multipliers, increasing the preparedness throughout their respective NSIs for the various components of the European strategy for data that aims at introducing a Single Market for Data  providing innovative products and services.

Training Methods

Presentations and lectures

 

Required Reading

A European strategy for data (Communication COM/2020/66):

https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52020DC0066 

Suggested Reading

None

Required Preparation

None

Trainer(s)/
Lecturer(s)

Eurostat Unit B1

Experts of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG Connect)

 

Practical Information

When

Duration

Where

Organiser

Application  via National Contact Point

TBD

½ day

ONLINE

Eurostat

Deadline: TBD

(8 weeks
before the course)