Beyond is a free programme of design and digital training to help non-profits adapt and respond in times of crisis. The programme is available to all non-profits in England. It also provides four sectors working with those hardest hit by Covid-19 access to coaching from experienced practitioners and additional sector-specific training. Those are financial wellbeing, early years, mental health and sexual and domestic violence.
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Each hub is split into to four sections:
MediaTrust are giving 200 charities the chance to win free digital marketing strategy training for their organisation. The practical training will help you build a plan to engage your audiences and raise your profile online.
Charities like all organisations, need to ensure they are up-to-date with new digital technology trends and marketing tools in order to communicate with funders, beneficiaries and supporters successfully and effectively.
Talent is a free 12-week work experience course, starting on 27 November 2020, designed to fast-track women (19+) into full-time employment with partner employers in Greater Manchester and Lancashire.
Funding available to innovative organisations that can help us support digital development in the heritage sector.
The Heritage Fund are now seeking organisations to help deliver for the sector.
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.
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.