Current Job Vacancies

LEARNING COORDINATOR, HIGHLAND (Supporting People, Connecting Communities Project). Part-time 21hrs per week

Starts at £22,765 (pro rata), pension, expenses, 25 days annual leave and 12 days public holidays per year (pro rata). Initially fixed term appointment to 31st December 2022

We seek a part-time Learning Coordinator to deliver non-formal and accredited learning programmes in the Highland region to individuals and small groups of disabled people, carers and those experiencing barriers to work and education.

Read more about Current Job Vacancies
Posted: Monday, January 10th, 2022

Cyber Resilience and Accessible Formats Project

Last updated 10th January 2022. Click here for the online safety resources Click here for event details In the past couple of years, we’ve directly supported over a thousand people to feel safer and more confident online through free in-person (before Covid-19) classes and online webinars. This new project aims to provide free, public resources […]

Read more about Cyber Resilience and Accessible Formats Project
Posted: Tuesday, January 4th, 2022

We won! Scottish Cyber Awards 2021

On Thursday 18th November, we were excited to attend the Scottish Cyber Awards at the Sheraton Hotel in Edinburgh. Hosted by the SBRC (Scottish Business Resilience Centre), the awards were attended by colleagues in the public, private and charity sectors. We came together to celebrate innovation and achievement in cyber security. We were thrilled to […]

Read more about We won! Scottish Cyber Awards 2021
Posted: Monday, November 22nd, 2021

2020-21 Strategic Performance

Our staff and volunteers have been brilliant, navigating the new challenges thrown up by the pandemic. We are incredibly grateful to all our partners who supported us to stay open, to extend our Befriending Services, to offer Scotland wide learning services and flex our services to meet people’s changing needs. This webpage offers a brief […]

Read more about 2020-21 Strategic Performance
Posted: Wednesday, September 29th, 2021

Thinking Digitally 2022

Image credit: kreatikar We will be delivering our accredited Thinking Digitally course in early 2022, as part of our Build Back Digital Initiative supported by the Scottish Government’s National Transition Training Fund. Participation in this course will be free for disabled people, carers, and those who provide services for disabled people and carers. This remotely […]

Read more about Thinking Digitally 2022
Posted: Friday, September 24th, 2021

Shortlisted at the Scottish Charity Awards 2021

20th August 2021 We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for a Digital Citizens award at the Scottish Charity Awards 2021! The nomination recognises our work in the past year and a half supporting members of the public with cyber resilience training and our OpenLearnCreate course ‘Everyday computer skills: a beginner’s guide to computers, tablets, […]

Read more about Shortlisted at the Scottish Charity Awards 2021
Posted: Friday, August 20th, 2021

Webinars and ‘Training for Trainers’

Last updated 21st January 2022. As part of our Cyber Resilience and Accessible Formats project, we’re offering FREE webinars for members of the public and training for practitioners/organisations that support others. All classes are free and open to the public. The Training for Trainers sessions are for practitioners, volunteers or others who support people with low […]

Read more about Webinars and ‘Training for Trainers’
Posted: Thursday, July 22nd, 2021

Accessible Engagement and Participation Online

This webpage relates to an input to a CLD webinar about digital tools for online participation and engagement, held on the 12th May 2021 .   Why accessibility is even more important now Accessible information considerations Holding accessible online meetings The voices of disabled people may have been underrepresented in the last round of CLD plans.  […]

Read more about Accessible Engagement and Participation Online
Posted: Monday, May 10th, 2021

Alternative Formats for Online Safety and Security Messaging

Last reviewed 11th January 2022 The NCSC’s (National Cyber Security Centre) Cyber Aware campaign gives 6 actions that you can take to stay safe and secure online. We have put this advice into accessible formats to help everybody to be able to understand and follow them. Text English Audio and Video Languages Click here to […]

Read more about Alternative Formats for Online Safety and Security Messaging
Posted: Wednesday, April 28th, 2021

Making Online Security Messaging Accessible

24th March 2021 Lead Scotland is proud to be working with a range of partners commissioning and developing new alternative formats of online safety and security messaging for people who might find current messaging inaccessible. The new formats will include text formats, braille, British Sign Language, captioned video, community languages and easy read formats. Accessible […]

Read more about Making Online Security Messaging Accessible
Posted: Wednesday, March 24th, 2021