The Digital Futures Fund seeks to procure specialist employability partners to deliver digital skills and industry-focused pre-employment courses for young people across the region.
Anyone with no or low digital skills will be able to work towards essential digital skills qualifications.
The Manchester Adult Education Services (MAES) accessible courses will support you to develop your digital skills for work and everyday life.
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From September 2020, anyone with no or low digital skills will be able to work towards essential digital skills qualifications
The Manchester Adult Education Services (MAES) accessible courses will support you to develop your digital skills for work and everyday life. MAES will help you to learn how to use different devices and applications to:
Emergency funding of up to £60,000 available to nonprofits in England that are committed to proactively sharing learnings with other organisations in their networks.
This fund is aimed at organisations whose work has been affected by COVID-19 and who need emergency funding to continue to deliver essential services. It will support them to develop the digital, data and design capabilities that allow them to address urgent issues and serve the most vulnerable.
This funding is a combination of direct grants and payment for support from digital agencies.
The Fellowship are looking for 8 Fellows who are working in the Greater Manchester Community and Voluntary Sector. The programme is for people who may have very little experience in technology, but a lot of experience of working in communities, and curiosity about the ways in which technology is shaping everything that we do.
A new charity, The Fat Beehive Foundation, has launched to support and amplify the work of small charities providing much needed services.
The charity will provide grants of up to £2,500 to help small charities build websites and digital products which will enhance their work and consequently provide social good.
Residents from across Greater Manchester are invited to apply for fully funded training programmes designed to help individuals gain digital employment with companies in the city-region.
The free training programmes, which have been funded as part of the Fast Track Digital Workforce Fund to create inclusive opportunities into digital employment, are now open for candidate applications.
One Manchester are passionate about people having the opportunity for self-development so have a fantastic new learning platform available for community groups to access. There is lots of great work happening in the community and want to support these groups and individuals further. The Community Development training platform offers a range of free online digital courses covering everything from leadership and finance to communication skills.
Supported by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, FutureDotNow are coordinating industry action through a new initiative, DevicesDotNow, targeting the 1.7 million households who don’t have access to the internet and are digitally excluded as we face a socially distanced world gripped by COVID-19.