Tag: digital skills
Prospectus explains what the results of their recent survey of charity digital jobseekers reveal about attracting the tech-savvy talent that charities need.
62% of charities are taking active steps to improve their digital culture - we take a look at the state of digital skills in the charity sector in 2018, and why charities are now making it a priority.
The funding will be used to expand and improve existing training courses that help improve charity leaders' digital skills and ability to use technology to improve their organisation.
Partnership will see job centres promote the Mason Trust’s 'icanbea...' app and online tools among employers.
Report by Good Things Foundation puts forward the economic case for tackling digital exclusion.
Nearly a quarter of surveyed organisations anticipate ‘severe’ problems when it comes to recruiting the digital skills they need, compounding problems for charitable sector.
‘Profit with a purpose’ tech company Nominet offers to train digitally-savvy young people and match them to the online skills need of local small businesses.
Lloyds Banking Group and the Co-op Foundation behind digital guidelines initiative that aims to increase capacity for digital engagement for the UK's 160,000 large and small charities.
New training programme run by Media Trust and funded by Google aims to provide UK charities and community organisations with essential digital skills training, mentoring, resources and support.
Report from Centre for Ageing Better and Good Things Foundation calls on society sectors to ensure most vulnerable aren’t increasingly digitally marginalised.