Surrey Community Action is working with the Good Things Foundation (funded by Google) to help adults with basic digital skills to improve their digital know-how and computer confidence so they can find a job or look for new employment opportunities.  People who have good digital skills can get better jobs, earn more money and even start their own business.

Good Things Foundation have launched a new learning platform, the ‘Make It Click’ website.  Learners using the website will find a variety of reliable, easy to follow, free resources made up of guides, videos, blogs and news articles.

There are ten main subject areas:

  • Careers
  • Email
  • Documents
  • Calendars
  • Presentations
  • Photos
  • Online security
  • Spreadsheets
  • Social media
  • Working from home

Our Make It Click Facilitator can provide support to help people to get the most out of the Make It Click learning platform or learners can choose to self-study.

Learners can choose what they want to learn and when.

To find out how to register, contact the  Make It Click Facilitator, Caroline Butler – email or call 01483 566077 or go directly to the Make It Click website and register, choosing Surrey Community Action as your local centre.