Free drop-in sessions to improve skills and get online! No matter what level you are our friendly volunteers will help. Come and see how being online could make a difference to all areas of your life: work, hobbies, daily tasks and so much more.
So you can get online in a relaxed and secure environment Digital Link has set-up FREE web access sessions. The centre offers a safe, friendly environment to access the web for tasks such as Universal Job Match, learning new computer skills, finding training opportunities or job searching as well as registering for welfare Benefits or paying bills online.
If you're not sure where to start with a computer or just need to brush your IT skills, have no fear, our experienced and friendly volunteers will be on hand to help. As more and more services become 'digital', a basic knowledge of IT is really important. This is a great opportunity to learn some new skills whilst knowing free support is on-hand to guide you. Equipment is provided all you need to bring is yourself.
Tuesday's 9.45am - 11.45am @ Victoria Park Community Centre, Victoria Road, Bridgwater.
Friday's 10.30am - 12.30pm @ Under Construction, West Quay Close, Bridgwater. (Between Pardoes and Probation HQ) - Starting Friday 21st April.
Sedgemoor District Council is being supported by EDF Energy.
For more information please call Somerset You Can Do 01278 664180, pop into Bridgwater Job Centre Plus or drop into one of our sessions and see for yourself.
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What are your waiting for? Switch On, Get On, Move On!
Digital Link Partners include:
Sedgemoor District Council; Homes in Sedgemoor; Department of Work and Pensions; Somerset You Can Do; Bridgwater and District Credit Union; Sedgemoor Citizens Advice and Victoria Park Community Centre.
Digital Link are looking for Digital Champions to support their project:
Somerset You Can Do are looking for volunteers to help run and develop the project. Training will be provided and you will be supported by volunteers who have been part of the project since it's creation. For more information please contact Somerset You Can Do on 01278 664180.