What do they do?
Matching the skills & availability of local people with the requirements of local businesses. The right skills, when they're needed, for as long as they're needed. It's common sense!
How are they social?
Retains work skills in the UK economy for longer, fosters local economic activity and promotes social cohesion. Addresses the working needs of those less able to hold a 9-to-5 job - family carers, single parents and people over the age of 50.
|Phone:||+44 0207 419 5906|
|Industry:||Training and employment|
|Social benefit:||Community development, Elderly, Community development, Elderly,|
They are a ‘not for profit’ company providing accredited training for Basic Skills, Skills for Life, ESOL and ICT qualifications, with courses available at all Entry Levels and Levels 1 and 2.
Digital Divide Data is a social enterprise which bridges the divide that separates the young people of Cambodia and Laos from opportunity.