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Language industries (LIs) keep growing while language professionals are required to be proficient in novel skills to meet new market needs. Within this context, an institutional consortium launched the EU-funded FOIL initiative (Formación Online para las Industrias de la Lengua - Online Training for Language Industries, 2020-1-ES01-KA226-HE-096155). The FOIL initiative seeks to bridge the gap between the industry and higher-education curricula proposing an innovative, inclusive training model taking the most out of technological advances, and providing a new, industry-oriented and research-based qualification. This paper discusses the online modular training model, focusing specifically on its goals, and the five independent and complementary training modules that integrate its structure, as well as the profile and needs of its prospective users.
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