D2N2 Digital Skills Academy - an introduction
About the scheme
The D2N2 Digital Skills Academy exclusively supports autistic individuals and women that want to get back into work. You could be returning to work after a period of abence, out of work and wanting to find a job , or feel that your current skills are underused in your existing role and want to pursue a career in a digital role.
This programme is designed to help individuals gain the digital skills they need to find a job they’ll thrive in and to become more digitally savvy and boost career prospects.
This training is completely FREE, and comprises a four-day programme.
What support is provided?
Delegates will be taught the skills required to become work-ready for a job in the growing digital sector. Each course set is delivered by experienced and industry-leading digital experts.
Delegates also receive support from a graduate digital buddy, who’ll help build their confidence and offer one-to-one guidance in a safe environment.
Appropriate work experience opportunities may also be a possibility for some delegates once they’ve completed their course.
What is the eligibility criteria?
Each course requires every participant to have a minimum level of digital skills and experience to ensure that the training course is right for them. Desired skills include competency and thorough understanding of computer systems, and applications, be familiar with file management, word processing systems, and have excellent written and verbal skills.
How do you enrol on the Digital Skills Academy?
Follow the instructions on the booking page for the course and then we will get in touch to discuss your our eligibility and give you more information about the programme, and the support available to you. Delegates will also be required to complete an initial assessment and an enrolment form.
There are limited places available on each four days training course, so call us now to avoid disappointment.
If you would prefer to get in touch with D2N2 Digital Skills Academy please do so by calling 0333 320 0333 ext. 2153 (during office hours only)or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.