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Digital skills have fast become essential everyday skills. Time and time again, we have seen them enabling people to unlock new potential and be more resilient. That's why Google is committed to helping people grow their digital skills, careers, or businesses using technology.

Since 2015, Google has helped train 800,000 people across the UK, working with governments and industry experts to develop tools and training tailored to the needs of local communities. We believe that by working together we can help our communities prepare for the future, adapt to changing landscapes and build stronger digital economies.

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Google creates bitesize training programme to help people short on time

Our new Skills to Go campaign is just one of the ways that we’re working to help address the nation’s skills shortage. Courses range from 5 to 20 minutes, as and when you have time — while commuting, over a coffee break or in between appointments.

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Ian Wright poses in front of a bus that reads "Skills to Go"

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