Unsurprisingly, budget constraints are the biggest obstacle for not-for-profits seeking external employee training, but as digital skills become ever more important for charities in a connected world, what organisation can afford to pass up the opportunity to upskill their staff with part-funding?
The Tech Partnership is lending a hand, offering England-based charities £500 funding per employee on ADBL courses.
Charities can choose courses in digital marketing, digital business or digital transformation, which will suit employees of all experience levels or time commitments.
After completing the course, you will have significantly improved your own digital capabilities – or your team’s – without a big financial or time commitment. Plus you or your team will have gained an accredited certificate in digital marketing or transformation.
The ADBL’s courses are taught by the most credible and leading experts in digital, from the Diploma in Digital Business Leadership – a course developed with senior executives who have built digital ventures for TeamGB, NME, BBC, Orange, and Sapient Nitro – to Squared Online, the course developed with Google.
Find out how you can take advantage of the government funding available to take your team’s digital capabilities and achievements to the next level.
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