Women and Digital Inclusion Liverpool: BeWodin Digital Inclusion Basics Program
The New ‘WODIN’ Digital Inclusion Project aims to get more Black Migrant women in Liverpool, Merseyside Online. We are on a mission to End Digital Poverty with our Digital Inclusion programs.
You get to learn with WODIN to develop your basic computer – digital knowledge and skills. You also receive a free tablet on completion of the course.* (*Unless you already have received one on a prior program)
WODIN BeWodin basic digital inclusion project offers IT skills training and employment support for local, black minoritized women aged 21 and over. Your immigration status is not a criterion nor is your economic status. Our eligibility criteria is pretty simple:
- All participants must be 18yrs+,
- able to fully participate in all sessions,
- from the BME background, and
- living in the Liverpool City region or Merseyside.
So please do show up. We can support up to 20 women with this program at a time due to the fact that we do it in their chosen space. What else?
We’re asking you to also kindly share this program with your community members who might be interested in learning new digital skills in an innovative and supportive environment.
Important things to note about the program are, the program covers basic IT skills training. We will be delivering support/training on the following topics:
- Using your computer, tablet, or smartphone
- Online basics: Internet Safety, Socializing online – Social media platforms
- Using email – creating, using, deleting an email account
- Office programs – Microsoft word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Managing your money online – banking... and so much more.
We’ve attached a Flyer with more details, if you’d like even more information don’t hesitate to ask and we’ll get it over to you. We will be starting in October Date TBC. If you’d like to come along and get a sense of what BeWODIN is all about simply reach out to Mrs. Sylvia Kalungi.
BeWodin is a new project, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund as part of its end Digital Poverty drive, for this, we are eternally grateful. More we are thankful to the National Lottery players for enabling us to deliver this project to our communities.
WODIN is also in collaboration with UCAL, Nigerian Community in Liverpool, the Liverpool Commonwealth Association, and the Local Authority to get as many women as we can on the program. This is because all our partners truly care about our local communities.
BeWodin will ensure that those in most need of digital support to help develop their basic Digital and IT skills, will receive the best possible service, whatever their immigration or economic status.
The next program starts in Early October 2022
Call us for a chat or email us regarding joining the BeWodin Basic Digital Skills Program: