GivebackUK and Tinder Foundation have partnered to deliver free video learning online, in an effort to boost digital skills.
GivebackUK is creating the video learning clips to be launched in 2016, which will be free to staff and volunteers in the third sector, whilst Tinder Foundation is already working to bring the 10.5 million people nationwide who are without basic digital skills to access the internet.
Tinder Foundation’s learning platform Learn My Way is being used to collaborate with the GivebackUK content; anyone who is registered with the platform will have access to the free content from launch.
Presently around 400 videos have been created for the initiative, a selection of which will be involved in a trial with Learn My Way users before the formal launch so that the videos can be given feedback, whilst adding to the range of resources available on the platform.
GivebackUK identified the partnership with Tinder Foundation as a key way of reaching out to the maximum audience possible and boost engagement.
Helen Milner OBE, Chief Executive of Tinder Foundation, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with GivebackUK to provide people with even more free learning content on Learn My Way.
“It’s fantastic to see their commitment to providing third sector organisations – and the millions of people they support – with free digital learning and we’re hugely excited for the 2016 launch.”
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