Here in sunny Dundee we have been on a bit of a Digital Skills journey over the past year or so. We have been developing our Digital Champions model through a series of Champions Gatherings; developing and rolling out a programme of champion-led digital skills sessions; and collaborating with some […]
Brook Marshall, Director of the charity Feeling Strong, completed an SCVO digital checkup and received support from Kyle Usher, SCVO Digital Change Manager back in May, as Feeling Strong was getting up and running. Feeling Strong is a new charity, working to improve the lives of young people with mental […]
Aaliya Seyal was a champion for digital growth within Airdrie Bureau prior to being accepted on to the Senior Leader programme. Aaliya saw the Senior Leader programme as an ideal opportunity to learn and further challenge herself in supporting staff and volunteers and the organisation to transform practices.
Coffee Pot Computing is a group of volunteers who offer support to Eastbourne residents aged 50+ to enable them to get to grips with modern technology and keep in touch with family and friends. Absolute beginners are our speciality, there are no formal lessons and no booking is required, we
Introducing Peter Peter Greenfield has been volunteering on the Digital Brighton & Hove project since October 2016 on an ad hoc basis. With over 40 years’ experience working in IT in technical and management roles, Peter was keen to start doing some volunteering as he reached retirement. As a Volunteer […]
Rachel Martin has been working as a professional Digital Champion for Citizens Online since the July 2017, working 18 hours a week – as well as 14 hours a week for the Gwynedd Council Libraries service. She spends most of her time as a Digital Champion in a Library in
Natalie is an Outreach Gateway Assessor with Citizens Advice. She’s also a digital champion with Digital Gwynedd and is keen to help people who need help with benefits advice or using the Internet. One of Natalie’s clients is Gwennan, a single mother of a disabled child, who came in to
Here at Dundee Social Enterprise Network we put a lot of work into supporting and developing our member social enterprises. So we always love it when our efforts are rewarded by progress, especially when our members go digital. We had the pleasure of working with