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New Get Online Week case study. Read this weeks case study to find out how Rory use digital skills to improve his business.
We’re one week closer to Get Online Week, which means we’ve launched a new poster star story. This week we’re delighted to introduce Rory Whittaker, a young contract farmer and rural businessman from Lincolnshire. 

Supported by Lincs Training, his local Online Centre, Rory has been able to diversify his business in new and exciting ways. Read more about him on the Get Online Week website or check out his video below. 
If you, like Rory, are passionate about the many benefits of getting online, make sure to register your organisation today.

If you’re registered already, unfortunately a glitch in our system has unregistered a small portion of people. To make sure you’re still involved and set up to receive a marketing pack, please do pop back, log in and double check that you’re still signed up. We’re sorry for any inconvenience but we definitely don’t want you to miss out.

We’ve also added a bunch of new resources to the website, including a template email to invite your MP along to your event, top tips handouts for your learners and a template press release for you to personalise and send to local media. Take a look and download them here
 
Register for Get Online Week and #try1thing
Speaker series webinar. Mind mapping to organise your thinking. Kevin Maye, Learning & Development manager at good things foundation, is presenting a webinar on Monday 24 September, 2pm-3pm, looking at: Mindmapping tool XMinda and how it can help to organise your thinking. How to use mind mapping to create a plan for a Get Online Week event.
NEW WORKSHOPS TO HELP TACKLE FUEL POVERTY

National Energy Action (NEA)
is currently running a community focused project aiming to reduce fuel poverty and fuel debt across the UK.

Online Centres can now register their interest to host one of these energy efficiency awareness sessions at their organisation, helping learners understand more about how they can reduce the amount spent on utility bills. To express your interest please
complete this Google Form
 

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