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About our approach

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We’ve been designing, planning and running a peer-to-peer digital skills programme (which we called the Learning Lab) for NCVO staff since October 2014. Since then, we’ve seen a real shift in the way our staff approach digital.

We’ve created this toolkit based on our own approach to help you run your own digital skills programme. Because we know that all organisations are different, we’ve provided templates, resources, tips and examples that can be used as a guide and adapted to suit the individual needs of your organisation.

Read more about NCVO’s digital skills programme.

The benefits

Our practical approach facilitates and supports organisations to run their own programme in a cost and time effective way. It will help you build a digitally skilled and confident workforce, where staff not only understand your digital presence and activities, they will feel more equipped to try digital ways of working for themselves.

Running a digital skills programme will help to drive a culture change from the inside out, encouraging staff to be more efficient and productive and more confident working remotely and collaborating with colleagues and other organisations. Using our peer to peer approach provides excellent staff development opportunities, both for those on the receiving end of the sessions, and for the staff who will be leading and delivering the programme. 

Read more about how it works and download the toolkit. 

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