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To help everyone keep in touch virtually we will be holding a Digital Champions training session on Thursday 6th of May at 2-3pm via Zoom.

The session will be focus on helping people to keep in touch online. It’s been hard staying in touch with people while we have social distancing measures, and online communication has been very important. That’s why we’re holding sessions to help support staff, volunteers, people supported and others in mirus communities to get chatting online themselves, and teach other people to do the same.


The session will cover
• Ways to communicate online
• Online safety
• Supporting someone to get online

Our training is run in partnership with Digital Communities Wales.


Want to join in?

You will need to register prior to the event by clicking here. You will then receive a joining link via email before the session. Zoom can be accessed either via the dedicated Zoom app or web browser on your computer or tablet device with an internet connection.

Digital Communities Wales also offer regular webinars on various other topics which anyone can attend for free, more information on which can be seen here.

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