Fully Funded Online Digital Skills Courses

February 8th 2024


Fantastic fully funded opportunity for people in Neath Port Talbot to upskill, retrain and gain qualifications.

Join us on a fully funded online training programme to upskill, retrain and gain qualifications. The Digital Skills @ Work project is aimed at enhancing higher level digital skills in the workplace for people who live or work in Neath Port Talbot.

Expert tutors, small classes and professional training provided online.

Proficiency in digital skills is essential for staying competitive and driving innovation.  Digital Skills @ Work allows companies based in Neath Port Talbot to invest in the professional development of employees at no cost to the organisation.

Our goal is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to tackle complex challenges and drive digital transformation within their respective roles and projects.

Experienced instructors with deep expertise in the latest digital technologies.

Courses are run in an online virtual environment so the delegate participates in a “live” classroom setting where they can see, hear and interact with the instructor but without needing to leave the office, their home or anywhere with an internet connection.

Certification upon successful completion of the course.

Courses available include:

Programming, Java and Java Script Python, Data Analysis & Statistics
Web Dev & Web Services Digital Marketing
Project Management with MS Project Adobe Creative Suite
Advanced Excel Higher Level Digital Skills
CAD (Computer Aided Design)   Teams / Outlook

Please contact us on [email protected] for details if you live or work in Neath Port Talbot and meet one or more of these criteria:

in employment (including part-time, self-employment and zero hours contracts) needing upskilling and reskilling for the current workforce

unemployed needing upskilling and reskilling for the current workforce

likely to leave the labour market early

Mae’r prosiect hwn yn cael ei gyllido gan Lywodraeth y DU drwy Gronfa Ffyniant Gyffredin y DU.

 This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

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