Digitally Agile Training Course

This course runs from January - March 2016 and is for youth workers, adult educators, community workers and other practitioners (paid or voluntary) involved in Community Learning and Development (CLD), wanting to know more about and explore using digital tools in practice.

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Perhaps the young people or adults you work with will have received a new device for Christmas, or you are planning your work for the coming year and want to consider how to incorporate digital technology. This course could help you to use digital devices and social media platforms as well as consider how these tools can enhance your practice while using them safely and effectively.

We will use the Digitally Agile National Principles to frame our learning and as a planning tool for youth work, adult learning and community work practice.

The course structure will involve an initial day of face to face training in late January followed by 4-5 weeks of online learning using the www.digitallyagilecld.org website and i-develop (the online CPD platform for CLD). During the training day we will show you how to use the websites.

The course will be delivered in a partnership between YouthLink Scotland, Learning Link Scotland, Scottish Community Development Centre and Glasgow Kelvin College with support from Stay Bright Digital and funding from SCVO Digital Challenge Fund.

More info and sign up here for the course via the training day nearest to you:
Glasgow - Wednesday 20th January 10.30 - 16.00  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digitally-agile-national-principles-course-glasgow-tickets-20074803277

Aberdeen - Thursday 21st January 11.00 - 16.30 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digitally-agile-national-principles-course-aberdeen-tickets-20272122464

Edinburgh - Friday 29th January 10.30 - 16.00 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digitally-agile-national-principles-course-edinburgh-tickets-20272172614

If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact Liz Green lgreen@youthlinkscotland.org 0131 313 2488