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Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme


Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme

The Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme is an initiative under the Government’s National Digital Strategy, funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment. The Scheme provides free basic digital skills training where citizens attending classes will learn the skills they need to use and enjoy the many benefits that using the internet offers.

Training classes are available to all citizens who have not previously engaged with the internet. Training is targeted at people over 45, farming communities, small business owners, the unemployed, persons with disabilities and disadvantaged groups.

Hibernia Management Training Services Ltd. have partnered with the Irish Computer Society to deliver this FREE training in the West, Mid-West and Midlands to "non-liners" either on-site at their accredited training centre at Terryland Retail Park, Headford Road, Galway or can deliver off-site at a venue suitable to clients in the geographical regions specified.

For more information see:

Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme English.PDF

Hibernia Management Training Services Ltd Digital Skills for Citizens Flier.pdf

https://www.dccae.gov.ie/en-ie/communications/topics/Digital-Strategy/getting-citizens-online/digital-skills-for-citizens/Pages/Get-Citizens-Online.aspx

Or contact:

 training@hmsl.ie or 091 567701