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Digital skills learners celebrate course success

Training provider supports learners independence

Woodspeen Training is pleased to announce that our Adult Education Budget* (AEB) Digital Skills learners from Bradford Parkside Community Centre have received their own tablets. Given out as part of their course, the tablets will allow our learners to continue to practice their digital skills after they complete the course.

Our digital skills course covers a range of areas including: digital career development, staying safe online, and collaborating online. The course is aimed at supporting people enhance their digital skills and support them to enter the workforce.

Emma O’Sullivan, skills tutor, said “The learners at the centre were so pleased with their tablets. They told me how it will help them become more independent, as they will not need to ask their family for help to access the internet to build their skills.”

“They told me it was an amazing early Eid gift! I can’t wait to see how they continue to flourish using this technology.” she continued.

*Our fully funded short courses are currently only available to anyone aged 19 years old or above, that lives in Huddersfield, Bradford, Halifax, Wakefield or Leeds. They are fully funded through our Adult Education Budget (AEB).



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