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DBC Launch iProgramme

Updated: Jun 29

Over £3m to be invested in Digital Skills for the unemployed and businesses in the D2N2 region.

DBC Training is working in partnership with D2N2 LEP, Derby and Nottingham NHS trust, Derbyshire County Council and Enable, using funding from the DWP and ESIF to support 3000 individuals within the D2N2 region with critical digital skills to help ‘boost’ the economy. The launch of our fully-funded new initiative the iProgramme will support employed and unemployed individuals in Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire (D2N2) to gain and improve essential digital skills.


iProgramme Unemployed – support for individuals ranging from Digital Base Camps to Digital Boot Camps. Courses include but not limited to:

  • Digital Base-camp

  • Digital Boot-camp

  • Microsoft Office Flexi Course

  • Introduction to Online Learning “The New Normal”

  • Essential Digital skills in a ‘warehouse environment’

  • A range of digital vocational courses in Keyworker sectors

  • English and maths

  • Individualised employment support

  • Plus 6 months after-care support

For more details please join our digital launch on 23rd June 2020 at 10.00 am through this link: : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83201612209?pwd=UnVvaFVkdzFTZ0VEeUYwWGJtb25wZz09

iProgramme employed – Tailored support to D2N2 businesses who have identified a need for digital skills or individuals who could be at risk of redundancy

  • Professional Digital Skills

  • Essential Digital Skills including; training on Skype, Zoom, Teams etc

  • The New Normal working in the ‘digital era’

  • Digital Marketing

  • Digital Customer Service

  • Wellbeing, adaptability, self-awareness and resilience

  • Care Home Connectivity

  • English and Maths

  • Plus 6 months after-care support

For more details please join our digital launch on 30th June 2020 at 2.00pm through this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88285999307


Alternatively please contact us by email: info@dbc-training.co.uk or by phone on 01332 295588

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