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Welcome to Digital Everyone - Salford’s one stop website to help you find courses, training and support to do more online, confidently and safely. We can help you find friendly support in the place where you live.

Salford’s “Digital Everyone” is a council-led, cross-sector collaboration working together to create a 100% digitally inclusive city. We want to make sure no one is left behind as digital becomes the way to access services, communicate with organisations and interact with friends and family. So come on in and see where Digital Everyone can take you!

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Care Leavers Digital Inclusion Pilot

New pilot launched to address digital poverty for care leavers in Salford

A new, first of its kind pilot has been launched to support care leavers in Salford to get online and benefit from the opportunities the digital world brings. 

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Free Internet Connection for Job Seekers

Great News for Job Seekers!

TalkTalk and the DWP have partnered together to offer a free internet connection to job seekers on Universal Credit. 

 

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GMCA Digital Skills Bootcamp

The National Skills Fund will help adults to train and gain the valuable skills they need to improve their job prospects,  the government has funded a wide variety of Skills Bootcamps, which offer adults aged 19 and over with the opportunity to build up sector-specific skills and fast-track to an interview with a local employer.

Below you can find out more about the digital skills bootcamps open to Greater Manchester residents

Community Calling

As more and more of us go online for everyday things like shopping, paying utilities and applying for jobs, some of these services are becoming online-only.  We want to ensure nobody is left behind, unable to access what has become a basic human right. Salford City Council and Salford CVS have teamed up with O2 and the mobile phone charity Hubbub to help, but we need your assistance!

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Get Online Week IN Salford 2021

Our teams showed fantastic support for all Salford residents looking to Get Online. Thanks to everyone involved in making Get Online Week such a success – we helped over 400 people at a range of our sessions.

Key figures

258,834
Population of Salford
115,311
Number of households in Salford
6,684
Number of people we have supported to get online
200
Public access computers
56
Number of buildings with free public Wi-Fi
2,293
Number of older people that Inspiring communities have supported with digital skills
1,400
Number of BAME people that have been supported by NMCP

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