Our financial capability and education support is an innovative programme designed to raise engagement rates through focusing on earning and switching, rather than saving and budgeting. Residents receive full 1;1 case support, as well as modules focused on earning money online, negotiating bills down, budgeting through apps and accessing emergency grants.
For individuals looking to upskill and break into the world of digital marketing, our employer-supported courses offer a deep dive into everything from marketing planning and the digital customer journey, to analytics and reporting. Participants are coached through their search for employment, with CV, LinkedIn and personal branding workshops, as well as mock interviews and exposure to local employers.
Encouraging residents to communicate and engage with organisations digitally can save money, as well as enriching lives. Our courses run from basic IT skills and introductions to specific programmes, through to more comprehensive and advanced user experience. We cover all aspects of the Essential Digital Skills Framework: Foundation; Communicating; Problem solving; Transacting; and Handling information and content.
Hundreds of social housing tenancies fail in their first year; leaving housing associations and local authorities footing bills that can run into thousands of pounds. But pre-tenancy training can reverse that trend – allowing new tenants to develop their confidence online and enhance their social responsibility. The course focused on your house, your money, your landlord and your community to ensure residents are switched on and engaged before they even move in.
To find out how we can support your residents, tenants, or customers with one of more than 20 different digital and financial skills training programmes – or to work with us to create something which is bespoke for your needs – get in touch with our team on 03333 444 019 (Option 4) or send us an email to email@example.com.
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