Get Online Week is a digital inclusion campaign from the Good Things Foundation to give everyone the chance to find the support they need to improve their digital skills and get motivated to learn more.

A lack of digital skills and access can have a huge negative impact on a person’s life, leading to poorer health outcomes and a lower life expectancy, increased loneliness and social isolation, less access to jobs and education. If the last two years have taught us anything, it’s how vital digital skills are to our wellbeing and safety.

The theme of Get Online Week this year is ‘Get online. Get connected.’ Getting online confidently, safely and affordably has never been more important. The pandemic has shown it is now essential for everyone to be able to connect with friends and family, access essential services, learn and work from home and keep up with the latest news.


There are lots of free training and events going in Ceredigion though the Get Online Week including:

Monday 18th October – Free Online Safety Course with Dysgu Bro

Wednesday 20th October – Helping People Get Online with Digital Communities Wales

Wednesday 20th October – Digi Club at Canoflan Dyffrun, Aberporth

Friday 22nd October – Inspiring Digital Activities with Digital Communities Wales

Friday 22nd October – Digital Inclusion Session at Cletwr


Learn My Way has free courses for you to learn digital skills to stay safe and connected. Courses include:

  • Using your computer or device
  • Online basics
  • Finding a job online
  • Office programmes , and many more!

Find out more here

When registering you’ll be asked for a ‘Centre ID Number’, enter the CAVO Centre ID Number: 8008181, to be added to the CAVO network.

Everyone deserves the opportunity to safely participate in our digital world and no one should be left behind. Why not share these events and resources with your community or tell a friend who wants to develop their digital skills?