Are you ready to reach your digital potential?
Free training and support to learn digital skills that will harness your potential.
The D2N2 Digital Skills Academy supports both women and autistic individuals that want to get into work. You could be returning to work after a period of absence, out of work and wanting to find a job, or feel that your current skills are underused in your existing role and want to pursue a career in a digital role. We will help you to gain the skills you need to fi nd a job you’ll thrive in.
Participants can choose from one of five digital training session themes which will help them to become more digitally savvy and boost career prospects. What’s more, each training course tutor currently works or owns a digital business, so their knowledge and expertise will be second to none.
Sessions are free and mostly run from 9.30am - 4pm. A free meal is provided alongside refreshments.
Each attendee will receive support and guidance from a dedicated Graduate Digital Buddy, with autistic delegates receiving specialised support from Autism East Midlands. Limited work experience opportunities may also be available on successful completion of the training.
Cyber Security, Top Valley Academy, Nottingham
Cyber security is fast becoming one of the most important roles in the tech sector as cyber criminals and hackers become ever more sophisticated. This four-day training course will provide significant exposure to what it takes to develop an exciting and satisfying career in Cyber Intelligence.
Day 1: 26 September
Day 2: 3 October
Day 3: 10 October
Day 4: 17 October
Please Note: Each course requires every participant to have a minimum level of digital skills and experience to ensure that the training course is right for them. All participants will also be required to complete an initial assessment and an enrolment form to join the D2N2 Digital Skills Academy.
Find out more and book your place – space is limited!
Call us on 0333 320 0333 ext. 2153
If you wish to contact Autism East Midlands directly about this programme, please call Angela Gardner on 01909 506678
ext. 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org