Connecting Scotland Programme

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Connecting Scotland  is a Scottish Government programme set up in response to coronavirus. It provides iPads, Chromebooks and support to develop digital skills for people who digitally excluded and on low incomes.

Phase three is now underway and aims to remove barriers related to digital exclusion for unemployed young people and adults (aged 16+).

Organisations can apply for support on behalf of the people they work with. This includes:

  • Digital devices – iPads and/or Chromebooks
  • Internet connectivity – a mobile WiFi hotspot with 24 months unlimited data  
  • Training and support – for staff and volunteers to become ‘digital champions’ to support people to use the internet confidently and safely

See here for Guidance & Eligibility Criteria

Deadline for applications: 5th July 2021

 

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UK

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