We are expanding our unique Digital Inclusion service to the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. This pilot project will specifically focus on residents who are unemployed and need access to digital devices or need more confidence and skills in using them. The service will provide them with one-to-one training, devices, and connectivity.
The training sessions are tailored around the residents to meet their needs and help them gain the confidence to navigate the digital world. During the sessions, participants will learn the core applications of digital technology in everyday life. The crucial skills they develop during the program will help lift participants out of digital, social, and economic exclusion as they gain capability, comfort, and proficiency online and with digital tools.
“It’s great to further our relationship with local authorities and develop a new way of running support programmes in the community, especially with digital exclusion, which remains an important topic in today’s society. This pilot with Kingston Council is an exciting project to help those most in need in an innovative way, and it’s been refreshing to have such an open and collaborative process with the council so far, who are really interested in supporting their local residents” - Matthew Adam, CEO, and Founder.
The Digital Inclusion service is an essential step towards bridging the digital divide and ensuring that everyone has access to the benefits that technology can provide.
As this is a pilot programme Kingston Council is trialling this programme to a limited number of residents only.
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