How can I help other groups with their ICT problems? (Video)

You do not need to be a qualified accountant to offer financial support and you do not need a great deal of technical knowledge to help organizations to manage their ICT better.

Many development workers and other people in the third sector offer advice and support to staff and volunteers from other organisations.

They may not be confident about ICT, and may not have detailed technical skills, but it is useful to be able to offer relevant advice and provide signposts to useful reosurces.

Development workers can offer a great deal of help by recognising a need to plan properly, encouraging people to budget properly when fundraising and being aware of suppliers who are trusted by other people in your local networks.

Use your traditional support networks, mailing lists and printed resources too for signposting people to trusted local suppliers or specialist web resources, such as the ICT Knowledgebase.

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See the briefing sheets on the Download section of this site


Signposting to help groups.

This master class film delivered by Miles Maier (London ICT Champion) covers many useful resources and signposts that you can use or that you can signpost groups you work with to use. (Click ‘play’ to watch the whole film or skip through the sections using the bar along the bottom)

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