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Free digital skills sessions

At Digital Communities Wales we’ve been working hard to develop online digital inclusion training courses, including webinars and digital drop-in sessions that might be vital to you and your service users going forward.

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Please find below details of the online sessions delivered in Welsh and English that we’ve got coming up, along with the links to register your place.

We’ve tried to make the sign up process as simple as possible but if you are having any problems registering, please contact


Data Poverty and the Benefits of Managing Money Online – 27th April | 10:00 – 11:30

This session will be delivered in English with a Welsh Interpreter.

This session is being delivered by Digital Communities Wales, in collaboration with the Money Guiders Wales Network.

This session is all about helping people manage their money online, including some of the main barriers that people face in accessing and affording online services. During the past 18 months we have seen a huge increase in people being online, through working from home, accessing essential public services and keeping in touch with our families and communities – but not everyone has found it easy.

About this event

This online session will:

  • Explore data poverty, what it is and how to overcome it
  • Help you understand the link between digital exclusion and financial exclusion
  • Provide ways to help people access support and services online in a safe and secure way
  • Share some online tools and resources that you can use with your clients to help them manage their money

We have expert speakers from Digital Communities Wales to help with any questions about the online world, and Money Guiders colleagues from MaPS to help host the discussion and signpost to more learning opportunities. There’s be space to network and connect with others across Wales.

We are limited to a maximum of 100 guests, so please book at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.

Register for the Data Poverty session in English here [opens in new window]