Our Access Digital Tameside project, funded by the Access Foundation, exists 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’.
‘A minimum digital standard of living includes, but is more than, having accessible internet, adequate equipment, and the skills, knowledge and support people need. It is about being able to communicate, connect and engage with opportunities safely and with confidence.’University of Liverpool, Minimum Digital Living Standard Project
We will be running Digital Training Groups in community venues across Tameside with trained staff and volunteers, providing welcoming and supportive spaces to help and empower residents with digital skills.
For more information about our digital skills training throughout Tameside, please contact our Project Lead, Sam Hardy.