Digital Access Points are spaces that are part of a Online Centres Network where local people can access vital online services, get access to online courses or find out signposts into other education learning as well have an opportunity to build confidence and skills using computers and access information online within their local neighbourhood.
Easy or access, familiarity and an opportunity to build up trust and confidence in the support and guidance offered by tutors and volunteers.
New Digital Access Points in Leeds
Digital Access Point locations are now offering iPad, Android Device and Windows Computer support at all locations with the support Leeds Libraries Digital Citizens scheme and Learn My Way resource provide by the Online Centres Network.
It is free to register at any of the GTT Digital Access Points. CLICK links below download PDF information leafets.
Digial Access Newlands (near Morley) – every Wednesday morning
Digital Access Drighlington – every Thursday morning
Digital Access Temple Lawn (near Rothwell) – every Friday morning
Leodis Grid at the Lincoln Green Community Centre, Leeds LS9 7ST is open to the public every Wednesday from 09:30 to 14:30.
The GTT LAB is based at the Beeston Skills Hub. The GTT LAB provides internet access with 6 refurbished computers running the Linux Mint operating system. WiFi access is also available on site.
The GTT LAB is open every Friday from 10 am to 3pm for digital access sessions. The site is based at the back of the Cockburn High School LS11 5TT and accessed via a security gate. Anyone wishing to use the facility must do so by appointment, please contact GTT directly by email or telephone to arrange access with one of our tutors.
DASH (Digital Access Holbeck)
DASH is temporaily closed while the St Luke’s Church, Malvern Road, LS11 8PD is being being improved and extended. GTT will be expecting to restart computer and tablet sessions again in 2019 after the building work has been completed.
Dewsbury Road Community Hub offers computer access either as a member of library or registering with the Job Shop. For one-to-one skills support students can use the other digital access points being advertised on this webpage.