If you do one thing next week, why not get support to get online and improve your digital skills with Digital Wolves?

A host of events are taking place across the City of Wolverhampton as part of Get Online Week (16 to 22 October).

Digital Wolves work with a network of 65 community partners to provide devices, data packages and support to help residents who are struggling to get online and want to improve their digital skills.

To see a full list of events taking place next week visit Digital Wolves.

Drop-in sessions are taking place at the following venues: 

  • TLC College, Dunstall Road, WV6 0LZ
  • Park Village Education Centre, Cannock Road, WV10 9QE
  • Gujarati Centre, Mander Street, WV3 0JZ
  • SNJ Centre, Dudley Road, WV2 3DR
  • Spring Vale Library, Bevan Avenue, WV4 6SG
  • Shri Krishna Temple, Penn Road, WV3 0DU
  • Central Library, Snow Hill, WV1 3AX
  • Low Hill Community Centre, Kempthorne Avenue, WV10 9J 
  • Sedgley Street Gurdwara, WV2 3AJ
  • Newhampton Road Mosque, Newhampton Road West, WV6 0RU Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Lichfield Street, WV1 1DU

Come along for some free and friendly advice on what you need to know to either update or start your online journey – all the sessions are free and there is no need to book. 

By acquiring or building on your digital knowledge, you can learn how to connect online with friends and family, for example. Or if you are trying to look for or change jobs, then it is much easier to do it online and Digital Wolves can help with that.

Councillor Obaida Ahmed, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for Digital and Community Inclusion, said: “We are increasingly living in a digital world at a time when not everyone has access to the equipment or have the knowledge to be able to get online and make the most of how being digitally aware can enhance their everyday lives.

“I am extremely pleased that we are participating in this national initiative once again to help get our local community online and as digitally savvy as possible. Participating in Get Online Week very much aligns with our digital inclusion approach here at the Council and the Digital Wolves team has been working hard with key partners to ensure those attending can get the most out of the event.

“I’d encourage everyone who can to attend the sessions - make becoming more digitally clever the one thing you do next week and find out how it can make your life much easier.”

Find out more about digital inclusion and opportunities at Digital Wolves.