“This guide has been developed [by NCVO, the ICT Hub and Governance Hub,] to give board members the expertise and ocnfidence in making decisions about ICT, to help voluntary and communtiy organisations social enterpirses benefit from ICT.
Technology can hinder or support your organisation and getting to grips with some of technological concepts can be tricky! These handy guides and resources have been put together to help demystify some of the complexities around implementing an effective technology / digital strategy, or setting up a new website, database or Google Analytics account. They will also help you figure out where to find free support or software / systems, or online tools that will help you better run and coordinate your organisation.
The following webinar by Platypus Digital is aimed at charities and not-for-profits. It starts with the basics of setting up a Google Analytics account to track and monitor web activity and progresses into some of the more complex areas, like setting up campaigns to track user interaction. It is a great place to start for […]
The Working Men’s College in Camden offers a broad selection of further and adult education courses. These range from beginner or entry level courses all the way through to recognised accredited qualifications. Concessions are available on some courses. Their courses in IT, include web design (using WordPress) and Photoshop. You can find out more about […]
The Mary Ward Centre offers a broad selection of further and adult education courses. These range from beginner or entry leve courses all the way through to recognised accredited qualifications. Concessions are available on some courses. Their courses in IT, include web design (using Dreamweaver), getting to know your PC, MS Office package, digital media […]
Cyber crime is one of the top four UK threats to national security. The Guardian Voluntary Sector Network has teamed up with Zurich to deliver a downloadable free guide from Zurich on how charities can understand and minimise cyber risk.