Love training others in the use of technology? Are you knowledgeable about a range of smart and assistive technology products and apps? Do you always have an eye on the horizon, spotting new products and apps that could make life easier? We are looking for a bright and passionate Digital Inclusion technology trainer to join our innovative team! This post is part time, we can be flexible about hours for the right candidate and there may be opportunities to increase hours on an ad-hoc basis.
About the role
Digital exclusion is recognised as a health inequality in its own right, and disabled people are disproportionately affected by it. This funding has been awarded to by the Community Foundation for Surrey Coronavirus Response Fund to support disabled adults with digital inclusion during the pandemic and into the recovery period.
Purpose of the role
The over-arching purpose of the role is to enable more disabled people to use a range of digital solutions in their daily lives to aid wellbeing and independence.
The role is made up of 3 parts: the delivery of one to one and group training for disabled people, the production of training resources including webinars and the delivery of monthly training sessions with our staff and team of volunteer Tech Angels. Additional opportunities to increase the hours include work on supporting our members to test and develop new and innovative apps as part of national projects working to improve independence and freedom for disabled people.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.