Digital Skills Training and Support

Do you or someone you know need help with basic digital skills?

We provide free basic digital skills training across Tameside and the High Peak of Derbyshire in community venues.

Working in small, supportive groups, our trained staff and volunteers can help people with no or few digital skills, and those who need a confidence boost or advice on digitally accessing everyday essential services.

Please contact us to enquire about how to access our training, including how organisations can make referrals.

Digital skills training

Tameside Digital Training Groups

Updated 19/2/2024

MondayDentonThe Create Centre Denton, 8 Market St, Denton, Manchester M3 4XW1:30-2:30
Tuesday AudenshawAudenshaw & Denton Hub, 38 Rowcon Cl, Audenshaw. M34 5AS 1:00-2:30pm
WednesdayDukinfieldDukinfield Hub, 1 Wellington Parade Dukinfield, SK16 4LE10:30-11:30am
Wednesday HydeHyde Central Methodist Church, Crook St, Hyde. SK14 1NQ10:30-12:30
WednesdayHattersleyThe Hub, Stockport Rd, Hattersley, Hyde, SK14 6NT1:00 – 2.30pm
ThursdayHurst CrossAshton United FC Surrey Street, Ashton, OL6 8DY10:30-11:30am
ThursdayAshtonRyecroft House, Park St, Ashton, OL7 0SA1:00 – 2:30pm
(waiting list)
FridayStalybridgeSt George’s House (Johnnie Johnson Hub), 131-150 Cambridge Street, Stalybridge, SK15 1AT10:30 – 12:00

High Peak Digital Training Groups

TuesdayGlossopThe Bureau, Henry Street, Glossop SK13 8BW3:30 – 4:30pm
Tuesday (first Tuesday in the month)HadfieldHadfield Methodist Church, Station Rd, Hadfield, Glossop SK13 1AR10.30am – 12:00pm
19th March, 23rd April
21st May, 18th June & 16th July
GlossopVictoria Hall, Talbot Street, Glossop SK13 7DQ1:30 – 2:30pm
WednesdayNew MillsNew Mills Volunteer Centre, 33-35 Union Rd, New Mills, High Peak SK22 3EL10:30 – 11:30am
WednesdayGlossopThe Vineyard, 18 Charlestown Rd, Glossop SK13 8JN12:00 – 1:30 pm

We are a member of the National Digital Inclusion Network, a UK-wide network aiming to help people use digital technology to become more included, access essential services and take advantage of the opportunities the internet provides.

Our hub number is: 8006339

You can use our number above to sign up to free resources such as Learn My Way which includes a vast range of material to help you get online right from starting to use your computer or device, to online basics, video calling, online shopping and much more.

National Digital Inclusion Network
Learn My Way

PCrefurb is a founding member of the Digital Support Derbyshire Network. Coordinated by Rural Action Derbyshire, by bringing together individuals, communities, voluntary and statutory organisations the network aims to tackle digital exclusion across the county.

Digital Support Derbyshire

Our Digital Link Project works with, and alongside, organisations who serve people in crisis within Tameside, Greater Manchester. We aim to deliver training to individuals who need help to access digital services, and who are currently prevented from doing so due to issues around digital skills, equipment, or connectivity.

Digital Link Project logo

Our Access Digital Tameside project aims to provide opportunities for residents who are experiencing economic deprivation, referred to us by partner organisations within Tameside, to gain a ‘minimum digital standard of living’, supported by staff and volunteers at Digital Training Groups.

Access Digital Tameside logo

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