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Free Digital Technology Training for Your Organisation

Laptops, mobile phones, sharing files, being in online meetings, inviting people to your online coffee and chat morning, WhatsApp groups, setting up a simple website, sending emails..., there are so many ways that basic ‘digital’ infrastructure is helping you run your organisation.
For further information, please contact hear@hearequality.org.uk

Free Digital Technology Training to Help You Run Your Organisation

Laptops, mobile phones, sharing files, being in online meetings, inviting people to your online coffee and chat morning, WhatsApp groups, setting up a simple website, sending emails…, there are so many ways that basic ‘digital’ infrastructure is helping you run your organisation.

Join Superhighways for short 1- or 2-hour practical training sessions this Autumn to help you gain skills and knowledge in technology that is best suited to small charities and community organisations. Topics include setting up emails and websites, Teams, Office 365, cyber security, basic storage and sharing options, PowerPoint presentations, branding basics, communications planning and much more.

You can also book follow up 1:1 advice and training to build your confidence in using software, applications and online websites that help you in your everyday work.

HEAR Network are offering this free training as part of our Digital Foundations partnership with Superhighways, Voice Online Communities and the Refugee Council. Funded by National Lottery Community Fund.

Book here:

https://bit.ly/DigitalFoundationsTraining2023

These free sessions run from late September through to early 2024

At the above link you can also register your interest to attend free ‘Bring Your Tech’ in person events to get hands on support. There will be two sessions, one in December and one in February.

The December session will be hosted by HEAR Network at our base at Voluntary Action Islington, and will be combined with an opportunity to network in person with other HEAR member organisations. Watch out for more coming soon.

If you have any difficulty with the accessibility of the booking process please email:

christine@hearequality.org.uk