Training & Resources.

Ability Net events: provide free events about technology and disability. 

Ability Net factsheets: free factsheets to download, these provide advice and information about how computers and other digital technologies can help people with a range of conditions and impairments. 

Age UK: provide one-to-one support, classroom based services, and contains loads of information on online essentials such as how to manage money online. 

Apple Support: provides personalised access solutions for all Apple products and services, e.g., learn how to manage subscriptions, reset Apple ID password, and general guidance with how to use your product. 

Digital Unite tech guides: provide a range of 400+ how-to-guides covering a host of digital topics including the computer basics, using Microsoft Office and, internet security. 

Family Fund Power Up: supports parents and carers to develop the confidence and skills they need to use online tools to manage money. 

Family Fund: created videos to learn how to set up your device, and how to adapt a device if a child needs additional support. 

Future Learn: provide a diverse selection of courses from universities around the world. 

Google digital garage: provide free digital skills with personalised training for an individual to develop their career etc. 

Greater Manchester Combined Authority: provide free advice, training and one-to-one support.,City%20of%20Manchester%20you%20live 

Idea digital: provide free mini-courses in all things digital, also opportunity to get qualifications through completing free courses. 

Internet Matters: support for parents and schools on how to set up devices safely and how to use the in a way that protects wellbeing 

JCB Training: Free online course created to kick-start a career in IT 

Learn My Way: contains free courses for individuals to learn digital skills to stay safe and connected. 

Lloyds Bank Academy: provides free learning to boost skills and become digitally confident. 

Mind: provide support for those dealing with mental health issues, and empower individuals to get the help they need. 

My Computer, my way: shows disabled individuals how to adapt their computer using accessibility features. 

Princes trust: offering support to young people looking to enhance their skills so that the can move into employment,City%20of%20Manchester%20you%20live 

Wix Learn: provides a range of free online courses.^134181556205&experiment_id=^^593783025087^^_DSA&gclid=CjwKCAjw7vuUBhBUEiwAEdu2pI2-F0DuYiocK3NLnMVyfl3Gx35kFs7U5__pFngcPcaYp7Jzgtq8HRoCwWIQAvD_BwE 

The Skills Toolkit: part of the government’s national careers service, contains links to online courses to boost skills in English and maths. 

Idea digital: provide free mini-courses in all things digital, also opportunity to get qualifications through completing free courses.