Basic computer skills from Solihull Libraries

New support for basic computer skills from Solihull Libraries

Are you job searching and find that you need to gain basic computer skills to help you?

Solihull Libraries are now offering free training using the Learn My Way website with staff to guide you.

It doesn’t matter how much you know already, Learn My Way can guide you in skills such as using search engines, internet safety, online forms, finding a job online and managing your money online.

You can also be part of the FabLab at Chelmsley Wood Library - learning how to use a 3D printer and scanner, CNC router, and a digital embroidery machine to design and fabricate your own items.

After improving your digital skills with Learn My Way, you can then work with Solihull Council’s Employment and Skills team who can offer you individual support to find employment or training, including help to create a brilliant CV, applying for jobs and preparing for interviews.

This is part of the Employed for Success programme which supports Solihull residents who are unemployed to improve their confidence, gain new skills and move into work or education.

Employed for Success is funded by the European Social Fund.

Sessions are now running at libraries at:

You can contact your local library directly or call 0121 704 6977.