Participate and Learn by becoming a Student
GTT invites anyone to come and participate at any of our digital access points. GTT aims to create comfortable vibrant spaces for people to come and access technology.
Digital Access Points offer a range of devices connected to the internet for the public to use. Registration is free and once you are registered you can use the technology unsupported or you can ask for help and support on anything from writing a letter to creating a website.
You can access free online courses or get help and advice to signpost you to other services.
You can apply to join the GTT Academy for other training programmes as well by calling into any of our digital access points or registering online click here.
Offer to Help by Volunteering
You can volunteer to help, there is a wide range of volunteering roles, such as:
- Digital Skills Learning Assistants
- Digital Marketing
- Online broadcasting
- Hardware Recycling and Repair Services
- Electrical PAT Testing
- Office Administration
- Volunteer Recruitment & Retention
- Data Processing & Programming.
See current roles being advertised and being recruited through the national volunteering website, Do-It.
Volunteers can enrol on the volunteer development programme that runs every Tuesday 12:00-2:30 at Leodis Grid.
GTT Lab: GTT Lab seeks volunteers to help with a range technology projects:
- Running the PAT testing service
- Get Involved in assessing donations, testing repairing, upgrading equipment.
- Collecting donations and delivering refurbished equipment
Work together, Become a Community Partner
We work with a wide range of partners to open community spaces in Leeds for people to access technology and learn.
- Health for All Leeds to create digital access spaces at the Holbeck Youth and Community Centre and Beeston Skills Hub using National Lottery funding
- St. Vincent Support using the Richmond Hill Community Centre to run Introductory to Technology classes.
- BARCA Leeds to run basic technology skills classes at Fairfield and Hawksworth Wood community centres
- New Wortley Community Centre, Fix-It Co-operative Leeds with the support of the Leeds Fund managed by the Leeds Community Foundation Partners to develop and run the pilot Metal Bashers courses aimed at teaching hardware repair and upgrading skills.
- Kirklees Library and the Stroke Association to run courses for people with disabilities and new business start ups.
- Leeds City Council, Housing Leeds, Leodis Community Project & Neruka’s Kitchen to create new digital access points and basic technology skill courses.
Contact us if you would like to work with us to start up a project in your area or community.