On 1 April 2016 Go ON UK merged with Doteveryone. We’re continuing Go ON UK’s work to bring Basic Digital Skills to the 23% of adults in the UK who lack them. We’re also going further.
We’re working on three levels of skills: Basic Digital Skills, workplace skills and digital leadership skills.
Acquiring basic digital skills can vastly improve people’s quality of life. Workplace skills will enable everyone to use technology to do their jobs better. And digital leadership is crucial if our public services are to be fit for the digital age.
Not everyone needs to know how to code - but everyone needs to be comfortable enough with the internet and tech that they can see challenges and opportunities when they arise. We're going to make this wide-scale change a reality.
At the moment, we have three live projects focusing on digital skills.
We’re working closely with our partners through the Doteveryone Campus to make sure that our programmes are scalable.
Offering local communities practical guidance and support to help them gain the basic digital skills they need.
Helping residents in Croydon and Lewisham gain basic digital skills to ensure that nobody gets left behind.
Embedding digital mentors in four MPs offices to foster truly digital leadership that works better for constituents.
Doteveryone's principal partners are: