Digi Skills for Good: Live Demonstration Day | 18 June 2021 | All Day Drop-in

ONLINE EVENT | #TechFest4SocialGood | Part of Digital Leaders Week (14-18 June 2021)

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Digi skills for good live demonstration day. 17th June 2021, all day drop-in

Book your place

The above link will re-direct you to the Digital Leaders Week website booking page. Any problems with booking your place, please email marketingteam@wales.coop


Final day of our #TechFest4SocialGood. This all-day drop-in event is dedicated to all third sector organisations interested in acquiring the digital knowledge, tools and skills to improve the lives of their clients and communities.

Delivered through a series of bite-size demonstrations and masterclasses (15 minutes each) we will be exploring a range of digital solutions, ideas, innovations and technologies to help increase your organisation’s impact.

We promise the day will be informal, fun, practical and highly interactive. So please join us and finish your #DLWeek with a virtual bang!


This session is aimed at social enterprises, co-operatives, charities, community groups and voluntary organisations and will explore digital solutions, ideas, innovations, and technologies that could help them work more efficiently and increase their impact.

Schedule of the day

9am – Welcome

9:15am – Live Dance Class (National Dance Company for Wales)

9:45am – Digital Storytelling (Ruairi McLaren, Digital Communities Wales)

10:15am – Introduction to Podcasts (Swansea MAD)

11am – Introduction to Music Technology (Swansea MAD)

11:45am – Creative design with Canva (Swansea MAD)

12.15pm – Live Cook-along with Jemma Morris of JemJam’s Kitchen

1pm – Introduction to Facebook Portal (Nick Moylan, Digital Communities Wales)

1.45pm – Collecting digital history (Ema Williams, Digital Communities Wales)

2.45pm – Finding local information using search engines (Michael O’Hara, Digital Communities Wales)

3pm – Finish


Mike Erskine

Mike Erskine

Wales Co-operative Centre

PR & Events Officer

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Gemma Murphy

Wales Co-operative Centre

Communications & Events Co-ordinator


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Anna Arrieta

Digital Media and Communications Officer, Swansea MAD

Anna is the Digital Media and Communications Officer at Swansea MAD. A youth and community charity driven by digital inclusion, the arts, social justice, heritage and the environment. During her time working in the third sector, Anna has coordinated projects in the areas of creative arts, well-being, financial capability, democracy, and equal rights. Anna also has experience developing resources for young people, as well as developing and facilitating training sessions for youth facing professionals in the sector.

David Berry

Technical Director at Swansea MAD

Dave is Technical Director at Swansea MAD. Dave has over 30 years’ experience with music and music technologies and over 20 years in a wide range of digital technologies.

Portrait of Jemma Morris

Jemma Morris

Creator of JemJam’s Kitchen

Ruairí McLaren Headshot

Ruairi McLaren

Digital Inclusion Trainer (West Wales), Digital Communities Wales

Michael-OHara Headshot

Michael O'Hara

Digital Inclusion Trainer (West Wales), Digital Communities Wales

Ema Williams Headshot

Ema Williams

Digital Inclusion Trainer (North Wales), Digital Communities Wales

Tech Fest For Social Good 14-18 June 2021

 Other events taking place during Tech Fest:

Trading together online, 16th June 2021 9.30am

Strengthening Local Food Supplies with Tech 16.06.2021 1pm

What is Tech for Good?

Tech for Good describes a movement and a community of people who care about harnessing technology to effect positive social impact.

It’s about seeking technological solutions to make things better for people, society and the planet and at the heart of this lies the commitment to putting people first. The number of people and organisations thinking and operating in this space is increasing and the type of the activity they engage in is constantly evolving.

Who are we?

The Wales Co-operative Centre is a not-for-profit co-operative organisation that supports people in Wales to improve their lives and livelihoods.

For more than a decade we’ve been helping people to gain fundamental digital skills so that they can access information, services and jobs. As well as our work on digital inclusion, we are working with the charity and social business sector to help it harness digital technology for social good.

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