Community has secured a digital literacy learning opportunity for its members in Wales through its learning and support provider, Communitas.
Community members in Wales were invited to attend a learning day dedicated to the importance of upskilling in the workplace and how digital literacy can play a part in that process. Rugby commentator Jonathon Davies also took time from his hectic Six Nations schedule to speak to the classroom about the importance of continued learning.
Lisa Francis, a Project Officer for Communitas and one of the team members who coordinated this event, said: “This has taken a while to get off the ground and we have faced many hurdles along the way, but it’s great to finally see this project making a difference to our members.”
Alun Davies, Community Regional Organiser for Wales, said: “These courses are an invaluable tool for our members. Whether they are looking to work for one employer or consider different career paths later in life. Lifelong learning and transferable skills are powerful things for workers, and with support from the Welsh Government we are hoping to promote these courses further afield.”
Community and Communitas support members in and out of work through learning and training support, ensuring members always have options and flexibility in the changing world of work.