Facilitators are adult volunteers who offer to run 121digital, in their local training centre. Facilitators can be parents of a student in the school and in colleges they can be a mature student or a member of staff. No digital skill is required of Facilitators. The Tutors are the experts. Tutors collectively have answers to most questions that arise.
121digital Tutors work as a team. They share their digital skills with adults in the local community.
Facilitators are trained and supported by 121digital. Each Facilitator is asked to commit approx two and a half hours per week, to 121digital, during courses run in schools/colleges during academic terms/semesters.
Facilitators have a key role - without them 121digital courses could not be sustained. They enjoy the satisfaction of making the 121digital initiative happen in their school/college and sustaining it over the months/years. 121digital is a most enjoyable and practical engagement for dozens of Tutors, Learners and Facilitators, in a school /college in their local community. Facilitators can manage courses by leveraging the support and structure of the 121digital program. Facilitators, also, add their 121digital experience to their CV.