Make the most of your digital life
After a successful pilot project in collaboration with social enterprise Access Technology Scotland CIC in Port Glasgow, Kidron Project are pleased to be able to provide our Digital Connect drop-in sessions on a weekly basis to anyone needing help with using their digital device to carry out everyday tasks such as courses, content creation, connecting with family and friends or accessing online services.
Our sessions are run by trained coaches from Access Technology Scotland who provide personal one-to-one support tailored to each individual's needs in a relaxed and friendly environment. There's no fixed programme or course to go through and no prior experience required, just show up and they will help you learn what you want to get the most out of your digital life.
Thanks to our membership in the Online Centres Network we are also able to provide access to a simple self-paced learning portal Learn My Way which many participants enjoy using to continue building on their digital knowledge in between sessions.
One-to-one help using the internet, apps, tablets, phones and computers
We can also provide free internet access or devices for anyone in Inverclyde struggling to maintain regular internet access due to insufficient funds or equipment. If you, or anyone you know, could benefit from digital support in this way please fill in this form or pop in to our next Digital Connect session to see if we can help.
The sessions run from 10:00-12:00 every Wednesday in Greenock. (Get in touch for current venue info).
If you would like to help as a volunteer to support our Digital Connect learners with basic internet skills then please contact us or call us below.
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This project is made possible thanks to the support of the Scottish Government, Inverclyde Council and CVS Inverclyde through the Inverclyde Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund and the Inverclyde Covid-19 Recovery Fund.