Tablet / Laptop Loan Scheme for VCSE groups
Our tablet loan scheme is open to small Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) groups providing digital inclusion activities for Cambridge Citizens. Groups can apply to borrow tablets and laptops for a one-off event, a series of events, or for a period of time, up to three months (extendable). We currently have 7″ and 10.5″ tablets available, along with a full range of laptop sizes. All need Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet. To support this scheme, we also have a team of Digital Champions who are available to support you and your customers with digital skills training. The scheme is funded by Cambridge City Council as part of their commitment to support digital inclusion work in the City, and is free to use. If you represent a small VCSE group and would like to find out more, please contact Andrew, Sue, Karen or Hugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01223 300407.
Digital Skills Training and Support
We have a team of trainers ready to help organisations with Digital Skills Training and Support. Perhaps your organisation needs help moving from a manual paper system to digital, wants to understand Social Media or Spreadsheets, learn about internet safety or how to use video calls. Thanks to a grant from Cambridge City Council, this service is available free of charge to VCSE groups in Cambridge, while other organisations will need to pay a fee. To find out more please contact Andrew, Sue, Karen or Hugh at email@example.com or 01223 300407.
Internet Devices & Connectivity Purchasing Scheme
If you have funds available to buy internet devices and / or connectivity for your customers, we can provide a bespoke purchasing service which is hassle-free and competitive. We can source, set-up, deliver and provide training – whatever you need. If you purchase devices through us, we will also give your recipients a learning account which provides 12 months free access to our online learning platform and our team of Digital Champions who are available for email and phone support. Please direct enquiries to Andrew. Sue, Karen or Hugh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01223 300407