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To build a P2P help center for apprentices

The « Family and rural houses » are receiving apprentices to train them in different fields. The Family and rural house of Vulbens is specialize in commerce.

We have 7 different levels of apprenticeship in French : Certificat d'apprentissage professionnel vente (2 years) Bac-Pro Vente (3 years) Brevet de technicien supérieur management d'unité commercial. (2 years)

The help center will be build using noemieCMS a CMS which is a fork of the Grav community. All explanations to use the help center will be post on this website. A first draft of the website in French can be find at

The apprentices will register on the Steemit blogging platform. The Steemit blogging platform is a blogging platform associate with a cryptocurrency. Any apprentice can ask a question on the Steemit platform. Their questions are detected using hastags

For exemple the apprentices in Vulbens will use the hastags #fr #mfrvulbens and #commerce

#fr is for France #mfrvulbens is the name of the school #commerce is the name of the domain related to the question

Older apprentices can help their peers by replying their questions of younger apprentices. Asking questions is an excellent way to learn. An international community of participants from many countries can help our student by replying to their questions.

Using the Steemit platform will teach apprentices to use an electronic wallet and to get used to blockchain tools and cryptocurrencies. The best questions and the best answers will be reward in Steem, the cryptocurrency used by the blogging platform.

Of course, trainers will also participate to the program to answer questions of the apprentices.

Questions to help me to furfil this page are welcome ! Of course you can also open a steemit account and ask your question on Steemit to experiment the process. Please use the #digitalacademy hashtag to identify your question.

to_implement_a_p2p_help_center_for_apprentices.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/24 14:24 by christophe