Free sessions "demystify" the web for women

By Admin | 20/10/2015 0 comments

Free sessions 'demystify' the web for women

AN INITIATIVE helping women turning hobbies into businesses will hold three sessions at myplace in Rotherham.

The Click Together series is aimed at teaching new digital skills and funded by the Government’s Women and Broadband Fund.

Emma Jones, founder of Enterprise Nation, which is delivering the workshops, said: “They are aimed at demystifying the digital world for women who have had a gap in their working lives through child care or taking a career break for other caring duties.

“The series has been designed to help women master emerging technology as well as offer business coaching to varying levels.”

The myplace dates are October 30, November 3 and December 2. Visit www.enterprisenation.com/click for more.

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