Participate & Learn Online
GTT can help you become more confident with the use of smartphones, tablets, laptops and/or computers and to be able to access the necessary online resources with the help of online video classes and one-to-one tutor support. For more information click here.
Success in 4 Steps
Success in 4 Steps provide free help using technology for people who are looking for work. Find out more on how technology can get you into work.
GTT is asking for you help to participate in exploring cybercrime threats to develop affordable strategies to help you and your family stay safe online. If you are interested find out more.
School of Metal Bashers
The School of Metal Bashers project will train individuals to repair and repurpose technology donations for redistribution within the community. Participation in the learning programme will help develop technical, specialist language used in the technology sectors as well help improve basic English and communication skills that are embedded into the course. Find out more.
Digital Access Points
Digital Access Points are community spaces that are part of the UK Online Centres Network where local people can access vital online services, get access to online courses or find out signposts into other education. Everyone has an opportunity to build confidence and skills using technology within their local neighbourhood.
Digital Access Points provide easy or access, familiarity and an opportunity to build up trust and confidence in the support and guidance offered by tutors and volunteers. Find out where & when.
“Get Technology Together works with a range of community partners, tutors, volunteers and students to create an academy to facilitate participation, learning, achievement and innovation.”
The GTT Lab was based at the Beeston Skills Hub the project is being relocated. Projects included School of Metal Bashers, Electrical testing and training services.
Get Technology Together is a Community Interest Company registered in the UK and part of the UK Online Centres Network, thanks to our community partners, donations and grants we make these spaces open for the public to use to participate and learn about technology.