The GTT Lab is a space where students and volunteers can get involved in more indepth learning about technology hardware and software. The GTT Lab was project based at the Beeston Skills Hub provided by the charity Health for All (Leeds), but is now temporarily closed and will be relocating to a new site in 2020.
Should you be interested in joining a new cohort of students at our new site please introduce yourself to us either by registering as a new volunteer by completing a volunteer application or contact GTT directly by telephone, email or leaving a message on our contact page.
The GTT Lab provides a space for individual and collaborative learning projects on a wide variety of subjects connected with technology such as programming, hardware and electrical engineering projects.
School of Metal Bashers
The “School of Metal Bashers” is a volunteer project recycling, repairing and bring back into use donated computer technology. Students and volunteers have the opportunity to learn and develop a range of electrical, hardware and software engineering skills including learning about electrical safety and PAT testing services. Donated equipment that can be repaired and made useable is redistribute to other charitible and community projects as well as individuals in need of equipment to get online.
Electrical Testing and Training Services
GTT provide PAT testing and electrical safety training, computer hardware support services for other organisations as part of a supervised volunteer learning programmes too. See information below: