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Practical digital skills workshops

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Sessions to build your digital confidence and capabilities

All our 90 minute digital workshops are designed to give you a practical way to apply what you’ve learnt from the moment the session ends. Each session teaches skills that can help you to gain confidence and improve your skills in digital ways of working. When put in to collective practice, these skills can transform the way that you and your organisation work, making you more resilient and able to respond to change.

The descriptions for each 90-minute workshop session include information about session level, attendee limits, and cost. If you have any questions, please email bobi@bobirobson.digital

You are now able to book a place for yourself on one of our scheduled digital workshops, or book for your whole team!

Explore our available workshops

All workshops include…

  • Practical templates to continue working on after the session
  • Opportunities to discuss and explore real problems and learn from others
  • Introductions to new methods to help you BeMoreDigital

Other ways to learn with us…

Bespoke support

A bespoke training session is designed specifically for you and the needs of your team. All BeMoreDigital workshops have a practical part and Bobi works closely with you to understand the needs of both the audience and the aims of your organisation on their digital journey. Start the process and book a 30 minute call with Bobi.

Courses

Sometimes you need accountability, and a dedicated time to focus your learning. For this, we’ve developed a growing range of cohort based courses scheduled four times a year. Each course is designed to support you in developing the key skills you’ll need to BeMoreDigital.

Free activities

Sometimes you need a place to have a quick dip and find an activity that will help you and your team think about things a little differently. We’re building a bank of activities that you can use to help you with your digital projects, to understand a problem, or to get to the bottom of why something happened.