A straightforward, personalised roadmap to help you to develop the skills and confidence needed to get the most out of digital

Meet your goals

Our online diagnostic and strategy workshops help to identify your organisation's goals and how we can support your staff to build the knowledge and confidence to embrace the opportunities of digital.

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Hands-on learning

Personalised action plans help keep individuals and teams on track, combining practical tasks with best practice examples and straightforward guides from our growing library. Our focus on 'learning by doing' ensures people gain the skills as well as the theory in a supported environment.

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Tailored for you

Action plans blend your in-house expertise, policies and learning programmes with our specialist content, creating a bespoke platform that matches your digital strategy.

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Ask the experts

With expert mentors on hand to answer your tricky questions and provide advice on your approach to digital, each user is supported to understand their part in achieving your goals.

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Track your progress

Our simple platform shows how people are progressing with their tasks and what skills they are picking up along the way and keeps them on track, whether you have one or 1000 users.

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Access to help and advice

Each Digital Action Plan comes with tailored tasks and helpers ranging from online tutorials to recommended reading, events worth checking out and useful low-cost tools

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Latest news


Have you run a great social media campaign?

The Comms2Point0 Unawards are our kind of awards: shining a spotlight on some great individuals and teams around the public sector. And we're sponsoring Best Social Media Campaign!

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Digital skills framework

A framework for digital skills

We are focusing the Digital Action Plan on communication, but not necessarily those who have it in their job titles.

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Civil servants see the benefit of social media - but they need the skills to make the most of it

72% of public sector folk do not rate their social media skills highly - despite the fact that a majority see social media as having a potentially very positive impact on their work.

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