Human-centric companies and cities

Training programme

H3C training programme gets you up to speed with what it takes to create human-centric smart city solutions of the new normal.

This training course introduces the building blocks for developing human-centric solutions based on personal data. You will learn why this is important in the first place, and develop new know-how for competing fairly (!) in the digital economy today, and in the future.

You will go through a set of five online trainings – each providing you the necessary tools and concrete examples that will guide your work in the long run. Consider this as a journey – you have the chance to put the gathered insights into practice with your team and iterate further as the training programme continues.

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Who’s it for?

Companies that realise that fair and sustainable use of personal data is THE way to create successful solutions and services locally and internationally. This course is for teams that are working on smart city and smart mobility solutions and understand that innovative solutions emerge from collaboration across business, legal, tech and societal perspectives. Hence, this course will support you and your diverse team to find common understanding across these perspectives and develop new, human-centric, service concepts.

Content of the training

1. What is MyData and what’s in it for my company?

Human-centric personal data solutions in context and it’s business, legal, tech and societal perspectives

2. Money makes the world go round” – how to do it ethically and fairly?

Ethics, trust, and transparency as competitive advantage.

3. Service design (across the ecosystem) done MyData way

– putting the human to the centre.

4. All eyes on business models

– improving your blueprint for creating and capturing value from services or products.

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5 a. What standards, governance mechanisms & infrastructure are needed for successful and sustainable data sharing across ecosystems?

Batch 1: Oct 2021 – April 2022

5 b. Navigating through the legal landscape (incl local, EU, global) and finding enabling mechanisms

Batch 2: December 2021 – June 2022

In addition, you’re invited to at least two physical events where you will have the chance to workshop on service development and ecosystems mapping and network with other companies and public sector stakeholders.

This is a place to develop partnerships for working on human-centric solutions together!

Time commitment

4-5 hours per month


  • First batch: October 2021 – April 2022
  • Second batch: December 2021 – June 2022


15 companies per batch


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