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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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New lifeline digital support service launched

CVS Inverclyde has launched a new service to help boost digital inclusion in the area

https://tfn.scot/news/new-lifeline-digital-support-service-launched

Skills for Work portal for young people and job seekers

Sponsored content: Diane Cooper on a resource providing free access to a range of courses including digital, employability, business, communication and management skills

https://tfn.scot/opinion/skills-for-work-portal-for-young-people-and-job-seekers

New partnership launched to break down barriers for young people with a learning disability 

The expansion of the programme is supported by Edinburgh City Council through the Young Person Guarantee.

https://tfn.scot/news/new-partnership-launched-to-break-down-barriers-for-young-people-with-a-learning-disability

A giant leap for dyslexia

Katie Carmichael on 55 years of Dyslexia Scotland

https://tfn.scot/opinion/a-giant-leap-for-dyslexia

Digital inclusion in the house

I've already mentioned two key areas in terms of connectivity that supports digital inclusion - infrastructure,Having worked in digital inclusion projects and roles for much of the past five years, I can attest that,Not only was this a formal training provision, giving us key resources and structure to our digital inclusion,understanding of delivering more effective digital inclusion programmes.,inclusion training, resources and support most certainly is.

https://scvo.scot/p/43522/2021/05/05/digital-inclusion-in-the-house

Digital in the House!

My most recent post was with Govan Housing Association where for three years I led a Digital Inclusion,someone passionate about digital inclusion, able to inspire others and able to gain the support of your,package alongside a qualification offered in partnership with Glasgow Kelvin College.,develop your digital inclusion plan to support your tenants and the wider communityOpportunities to,Digital Champions within your own organisationAdvice on monitoring and evaluating digital inclusion

https://scvo.scot/p/43536/2021/05/07/digital-in-the-house

SCVO response to Scottish Government Enterprise and Skills consultation

However we argue that a focus on higher-level qualifications will only reinforce this trend, rather than,Digital Research by Tinder Foundation identifies that 90% of all new jobs require digital skills, with,Despite long-term commitment to digital skills and inclusion by these agencies, there remains issues,SCVO are currently working on a One Digital Project offering support to individuals and providing business,majority of employers have concerns in these areas, whereas less than a quarter worry about formal qualifications

https://scvo.scot/p/13860/2016/08/15/scvo-response-to-scottish-government-enterprise-and-skills-consultation

Digital Qualification Launch for Scotland’s Social Housing Sector

This new qualification, Certificate in Digital Inclusion Project Management, is a credit rated qualification,inclusion projects.,Each assessment is supported with a specifically curated selection of resources to help learners with,This course has been specifically developed for managers or those who take the lead role on digital inclusion,If you have a passion for digital inclusion (and free qualifications) but you aren’t in a management

https://scvo.scot/p/33543/2019/11/22/digital-qualification-launch-for-scotlands-social-housing-sector

Digital Learning is Child's Play!

Playbase Online Training promotes digital learning and inclusion in life, work and study online.,training is aimed at: Aspiring childcare workers, or those already working with children without a qualification,Parents and carers who want to know how to best support their child’s learning and development People,who want to learn basic digital skills, especially if they intend to study further – on or offline People,seeking an entry-level (SCQF Level 3) accredited qualification to facilitate further study in a field

https://scvo.scot/p/11320/2016/01/19/digital-learning-is-childs-play

New year, new digital project!

These digital champions will be in roles that support people who are facing multiple disadvantages.,residents and the wider community not just on issues around bricks and mortars but also welfare, community inclusion,Wither it’s supporting a tenant to get online to pay their rent or report repairs, encouraging people,to inspire and support the motivator short and informal surgeries with digital champions from across,the staff team support to record and monitor digital inclusion activity access to credit rated qualifications

https://scvo.scot/p/29806/2019/02/06/new-year-new-digital-project

Our work to help organisations grow their digital capacity is supported by: