Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

Digital Learning Champions

Could you be a Digital Learning Champion? Connecting Cheshire is looking for people to give an hour or two a week to help others learn basic digital skills. You don’t need to be atechnical whizz but will be confident using the internet and enthusiastic about the many benefits it can bring.


To be a Digital Learning Champion you will need to:

  • Have good basic digital skills e.g. send and receive emails, search for information on the internet and complete online forms – all in a safe and secure manner
  • Be able to inspire others to ‘have a go’
  • Be patient, encouraging and good at explaining instructions to people who are learning something new
  • Ideally have used a range of technologies e.g. smart phones, tablets and laptops

Interested in becoming a Digital Learning Champion? Great! Then come on one of our Digital Learning Champion training days.


Digital Learning Champion training

Our one day course will give you the foundations you need to support beginners to learn basic digital skills. During the day we’ll explore the barriers stopping people getting online and give ideas on how to overcome them, give tips and suggestions on how to motivate people and look at some of the best online resources for learning digital skills. 


Next Digital Learning Champion course

The next course is 9.30am -4pm on Monday 22nd June at Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham. You can book a place by clicking here and using the password ‘FrodshamDLC’. There are 10 places available so we recommend booking early. All DLCs need to complete a DLC application form (see attached) and give the names of two referees before attending the training day.  


After the course we will help link you up with a voluntary or community group looking to recruit IT volunteers to help support their digital outreach work such as  a local library, Age UK Cheshire, Peaks & Plains Housing Trust or Cheshire Community Action. You will also get the opportunity to attend additional courses to develop your own knowledge and skills. Recent courses have included: Family History Online, an Introduction to Twitter, My House of Memories: Digital Dementia Awareness training with Liverpool Museum.  

Further information
If you have any questions you can contact Katie Atherton, Digital Inclusion Project Coordinator, at or on mobile: 07815 008300.


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