Future Digital Inclusion is a programme managed by Good Things Foundation, which is funded by the Department for Education (DfE). Its aim is to help 1 million digitally and socially excluded people to improve their digital skills over a five-year period, starting way back in 2014.
There is a particular focus on unemployed people and people with low-skills, as well as disabled people and people with learning difficulties.
Remploy currently delivers the Future Digital Inclusion Programme for Good Things Foundation as a specialist provider. Aimed at disabled people and individuals with a health condition, we provide guidance and support through a Digital Advisor to help you develop your digital skills; enabling you to access job opportunities and wider services online.
This could include: managing your money, shopping and accessing entertainments online; whilst showing you how to protect your identity and staying safe when using the internet.