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Community Calling Smartphone Donation Scheme

Donate your unwanted devices and a make life-changing difference to someone in our community. The digital lifestyle is becoming more and more commonplace in modern day Salford.  Nowadays most of us use the internet via smartphones and tablets, which we often replace every few years.  As more and more of us go online for everyday things like shopping, paying utilities and apply ...

Tech She Can - Inspiring women to join our tech revolution

The Tech She Can Charter is a commitment by organisations to work together to increase the number of women working in technology roles in the UK. It aims to do this at a societal level by inspiring and educating young girls and women to get into tech careers, as well as sharing best practice across the organisations involved. Salford City Council is proud to be the first loc ...

Unity to launch the UK’s first-ever Centre of Excellence at MediaCityUK

HOST announces partnership with Unity to launch the UK’s first-ever Centre of Excellence at MediaCityUK, accelerating innovation in video gaming, digital media and immersive technology New facility and training programme for upskilling Unity developers, set to boost investment and establish the North as a global leader in real-time development. HOST, Salford’s Home of Skills ...

Salford’s HOST launches Skills City

A unique digital skills powerhouse is set to transform talent diversity in the North West’s tech sector, by breaking the barriers faced by those from underrepresented and disadvantaged backgrounds and fast-tracking 450 people into careers in digital technology every year. Skills City comprises leading digital technology bootcamp academies, working in collaboration with employe ...

Salford City Council is the first council to back a female tech revolution! 

Salford City Council is proud to be the first local authority in the country to sign up as a supporter of the Tech She Can charter, an initiative set up by PwC UK and 17 other founding organisations. This is a commitment by organisations to work together to increase the number of women working in technology roles in the UK. It aims to tackle the root cause of the problem at a ...

New Digital Inclusion Project in Salford

Does your organisation work with people who may be struggling to get online? Let them know about this new digital inclusion project from Corinth Training Community Interest Company (CIC). The project is for those who: Are aged 19 and over Want to learn digital skills Need access to digital equipment, kit or internet access Are unsure how to go online Feel they are miss ...

FreelanceHer a ground-breaking programme

Ground-breaking programme to support 110 female freelancers begins in the North West today Over the next 12-weeks, 110 women who are working to launch and grow sustainable businesses in the media, digital, technology and creative sectors in the North West will be supported to kick-start their careers as freelancers. The programme, launched in November 2020 by IN4.0 with The L ...

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