Worcestershire libraries announce new digital skills learning programme - The Evesham Observer

Worcestershire libraries announce new digital skills learning programme

Evesham Editorial 16th Jun, 2024   0

LIBRARY visitors of all ages in Worcestershire can now access new introduction sessions and support to improve digital skils.

Worcestershire County Council’s Library Service is excited to announce the launch of the new Learn My Way digital skills learning programme, provided by Good Things Foundation.

The programme offers a variety of self-led courses which can be accessed on a mobile, tablet or computer.

Courses range from beginner sessions on using a device, searching the internet and staying safe online, to digital job searching, spending money online, managing health online and working with Microsoft Office programmes.

Louisa Ackling, Worcestershire Libraries Service development manager, said: “Libraries are the gateway to digital services.

“We are committed to ensuring our local communities have the skills and confidence to access digital information and services safely.

“By offering Learn My Way courses, we are empowering individuals to participate fully in the digital world and improve their quality of life.”

Learn My Way sessions can be accessed using a customer’s own device or on a library computer.

Libraries offer free access to digital equipment, including desktop computers and printing facilities, making them ideal support centres for those in need of digital assistance.

Anyone seeking support to get started with Learn My Way can simply visit their local library and ask the staff for help with signing up.


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