Graham starts computer lessons after mining career ends

Communities 2.0 - Case Studies

Graham Jones was approaching his 60th birthday, having been made redundant from a local mining company. In fact, he’d been in the mining industry for more than 40 years. It soon became clear to Graham that he needed to be online in order to find a new job and he was determined to get back into work as soon as possible. He left mining with no real computer experience. His last position, in an office, did involve computer use but everything was set up for him and the interaction Graham had with the technology was not demanding.
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
 10/02/2015   Categories: Communities 2.0 Wales Cooperative Centre
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