Businesses recognise that digital is key to driving growth, so we help their teams learn the digital skills that will help them be more effective.
Our hands-on workshops are taught in plain English by the young people using digital everyday.
For every business person we train, we train a young person for free.
ONE:FOR1 = Business and Social impact.
We run hands-on workshops that give you practical digital skills that can change how you work the next day. You'll learn the parts of digital tech you need to know, without getting lost in the detail.
You'll never see digital technology in the same way again.
"It will help me challenge the delivery, costs and timings of our service providers."
Head of Marketing, Kimberly-Clark
Learn-by-doing training that is fast-paced, hands-on and immersive.
“The team were fantastic in walking us through all of the steps and I learnt so many news things! It’s rare that you go on a workshop and come away feeling like you've got new skills. I would highly recommend this workshop to everyone!”
Account Manager, UM
Our ONE:for1 model is simple - for each business person we train, we also train an unemployed 16-25 year old for free. This helps them to develop the digital skills they need for today's job market, so that they can earn a living in the rapidly growing digital economy.
We want to reach the young people who are turned off by IT lessons, who think coding is only for the most gifted, and who don’t yet see the increasing importance of digital skills across so many jobs.
Our trainers make digital easy and accessible, by speaking plain English and having fun. We show how technology can support their passion and creativity - whether it's music, sport, or fashion.
After doing a one-day workshop, we offer young people options for further training and development through a range of partner organisations that we work with. Together, we can deliver a meaningful and lasting impact on a young person's life.
To celebrate 25 years of the Web, this is a partnership with Facebook, Barclays, and supported by Go ON UK Chair, Baroness Lane-Fox, to tackle ‘internet inequality’ by giving thousands of people – young and old – the power to not only use the web, but create it.
We're working with some of the biggest names in business to help increase digital skills and deliver next day impact for everyone from senior executives to frontline staff.
We're also working with innovative charities and youth groups to help an ever growing number of young people learn digital skills relevant to today’s job market.
Our team is a mix of young talent with a real passion for digital and experienced leaders from the worlds of business, education and startups.
We’re always looking for bright people with a passion for tech. If you don’t see any relevant roles below and you think it’s worth us having a chat, feel free to drop us a line at email@example.com.