Practical 90 minute digital workshops

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!


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What workshops are available?

All of our practical 90 minute workshops sessions are scheduled throughout the year and offered to you to pay what you can. We are passionate about supporting charity and other parts of civil society to improve their digital skills, confidence, and to thrive in a changing world. If there’s a workshop you’d like to see, email bobi@bobirobson.digital.

Impact measurement for communicators

Designed for communicators of all kinds, this session helps you to understand where measuring your progress could support your work and how to put it into practice.

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Data driven decisions

Next date: Thursday June 9th, 11:30 – 13:00 BST

Starting your digital strategy

Designed to support you at the start of your digital journey. This session will help you to understand the questions that you will need to ask as part of your digital strategy project and outline the work you’ll need to do.

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Design thinking, Strategy and leadership

Next date: Thursday 14th July, 11:00 – 12:30 BST

Standardising your digital activities

Digital practice can have different meanings and ways of implementation across teams and organisations. This practical workshop will explore the tools and techniques that you can use to start to standardise the way digital is thought about and used in your team, and your wider organisation.

Session level: Intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Strategy and leadership

Next date: Wednesday 6th July, 11:00 – 12:30 BST

What are OKRs and how you can use them

A 90 minute tour of OKRs (objectives and key results) and how we can use them in our impact driven, non-profit work to measure success and make decisions based on our results.

​At the end of the session you will:

  • ​Be confident in your understanding of OKRs
  • ​Know where and how OKRs can be embedded in to your activities (and organisation)
  • ​An OKR sheet developed specifically for your needs to use from then on

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Data driven decisions, Strategy and leadership

Next date: Friday May 13th, 10:00 – 11:30 BST

An introduction to iteration (Full day)

Our first full day session! Iteration is a cycle of development that helps us move from problem to solution through testing our assumptions from our understanding of the problem to the solution so that we can refine our ideas and create something that works.

What you will learn from the sessions:

  • ​​What iteration means and how it can help you and your organisation
  • ​​How to use the different stages of the cycle and when
  • ​​How to test your assumptions and measure success

​​For this session you will need to be comfortable using Google Sheets or Excel, and have some confidence in joining online meetings.

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £100 per person)
Digital Practices: Design thinking

Next date: Tuesday 5th July 10:00 – 16:00 BST


Defining your tools (coming soon)

In many small organisations there is not the understanding necessary to productively manage the digital tools in play. This session will help learners map the tools that have and visualise how they connect. In some instances these activities will highlight gaps, in other duplication.

  • An understanding of what your digital building blocks are (or tech stack) and where they connect
  • An idea of what is important to make your digital activities work
  • A visualisation of how your tools connect and serve your organisation
  • Map distinctive journeys of users and the tools / teams that these journeys touch

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Strategy and leadership

Next date: Coming soon!

Building digital habits (coming soon)

A digital strategy is as good as those that implement the change. In order to put your digital strategy in to place successfully we must develop good digital habits

  • The science of habits
  • What is good digital practice
  • Compliance, ethics, and risks
  • Build your habits

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: All

Planning user research (coming soon)

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Design thinking

Planning your social media tactics (coming soon)

Session level: Beginner to intermediate

Attendee limit: 20

Cost: Pay what you can (suggested payment of £50 per person)
Digital Practices: Marketing and comms