Building digital literacy and inclusion in New Zealand

2020'd KiwiSkills Jobseeker is a digital literacy programme of free computer training for unemployed and underemployed. Access to further digital skills enhances their job opportunities.The 2020 Trust provides digital literacy leadership, working with local communities to deliver digital inclusion programmes that build New Zealanders computer and online skills: Computers in Homes, ICDL, KiwiSkills, Stepping UP, Digital Inclusion Map and Living Heritage.
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  • Sue West

    2020 Trust appoints Auckland Area Manager

    2020 Trust today announced the appointment of Sue West as Auckland Area Manager. Sue is a digital education professional with more than 25 years experience. This appointment will provide leadership in responding to digital inequality specifically in South and West Auckland. Read more

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    NZTech report: address students’ equity of access

    A new report analyses New Zealand’s tech sector and highlights economic opportunities. It also recommends addressing the ‘Digital Learning Divide’.  “From Tech Sector to Digital Nation” is from NZTech, the New Zealand Technology Industry Association, with support from over 50 organisations from industry, education, health and government, including 2020’s strategic partner InternetNZ. The section on education focuses Read more

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    Seeking part-time Administrative Assistant

    We are looking for a computer savvy, enthusiastic Administrative Assistant with a can-do attitude and loads of initiative to support the ICDL Programme Co-ordinator with client relationship management, general administration and reporting. The role is 15 hours per week initially, with potential to increase, in Wellington. Read more at ICDL New Zealand

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    A whirlwind of graduations!

    Hundreds of families have just graduated from Computers in Homes courses, at schools and training centres all over  New Zealand. With new digital skills and refurbished computers, students and their families are now online at home. Read more at Computers in Homes

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    2020 seeking Area Manager for Auckland

    The 2020 Trust has advertised the position of Auckland Area Manager and plans to make an appointment in June. The 2020 Trust is an energetic and fast-moving organisation, working to the vision that all New Zealanders fully participate in our digital world. Over the last two years the 2020 Trust has increased delivery of our digital literacy Read more

  • Computers in Homes families take their skills to the next level wioth ICDL classes at Te Pa o Rakaihautu, in Christchurch

    ICDL helps Te Pa o Rakaihautu families gain skills and certificate

    At Te Pa o Rakaihautu, in Christchurch, KiwiSkills ICDL is being incorporated alongside the traditional Computers in Homes programme. Participants with average knowledge are enabled to achieve a higher level of digital skills, plus an internationally recognised ICDL certificate. Two separate classes are running – an evening class and a morning class. Participants attend class Read more at ICDL New Zealand

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    Privacy week: worrying issues and useful tools

    Last week was World Privacy Week, highlighting issues of privacy, trust and confidence on the web and in the real world. Here is our selection of recent reports and surveys, useful tools and good advice for keeping yourself safe on line. Read more