Being online helps people stay safe, stay informed and stay connected. But many still need help improving their skills and confidence to use digital technology.

When face to face support isn't possible, help can be given remotely - via telephone, video call, email or messaging. Our range of handy guides and top tips on being a Remote Digital Champion will help you make a digital difference to others, whatever the distance between you. 

If you have time, we have some great webinars for you to watch, where guest speakers have shared invaluable advice based on their hands on experience of providing remote support!

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Guide 1

Getting started 

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Guide 2

 Top techniques

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Guide 3

 Keeping you and your learners safe

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Guide 4

 Essential tools and techniques

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Guide 5

Setting up a device remotely

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Guide 6

Affordable ways to get online

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Using Zoom 

Guides to get you started

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Connecting older people

Guides and advice

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Plan for your first session!

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