Adur & Worthing Councils believe that helping people to access information technology (and the training to be able to use it) can greatly improve their lives. People with online access have more employment opportunities and can shop online for lower cost goods and services.
UK Online Centres - aims to make the UK the world's most digitally skilled nation. This charity has a big aim.
Working alongside partners, they want to ensure that everyone and every organisation, from small business to large corporations and charities, is able to enjoy the social, economic and cultural benefits of the internet:
If you're reading this, you are one of millions of people enjoying the every day benefits of being online - but did you know there are 16 million people who have never been on the internet or are struggling to do all the things they would like to?
If you would like to help by sharing your knowledge, you don't have to be an expert; just sign up to the National Digital Champions scheme:
Learn My Way is provided by Tinder Foundation to give new internet users and tutors in computer centres a range of easy courses and useful resources, such as finding their nearest UK online centre.
To find out more about our work or to find your nearest UK online centre; just type in your postcode on the:
Wired Sussex is a membership organisation for companies and freelancers operating in the digital, media and technology sector in Sussex. We work to help our members to create, innovate and grow. Whether you are looking to recruit (or find a new job!), get trained, find out about digital events and news in the region or access new clients or investment, then we can help. So, if you are in games, web, mobile, software, animation, TV, music, film or online advertising in Sussex, take a look at:
For a wide range of e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people please see the:
Contact Communities & Wellbeing Team
Communities & Wellbeing Team,
Adur & Worthing Councils,
44 Richmond Road,