Google Digital Garage Birmingham

134B New St, Birmingham, B2 4NS, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Whether you want to build your confidence online, learn new skills to help your career, or start and grow your own business, Google Digital Garage can help you get there.

Book a digital skills course or a one-to-one appointment with one of our coaches, or pop in and see us at 134b New Street, Birmingham, today.

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A wide range of courses, for everyone in Birmingham

Join us to learn how to build a CV, write better e-mails, design a spreadsheet, present your work effectively and more.

Jen

"I’ve been here at the museum longer than some of the relics. At the moment I'm stuck doing day-to-day admin but the right qualifications could take my career to the next level."

- Jen, museum PA from Sherborne Wharf, Birmingham

Help more customers find you by building a website, growing your social media presence, staying safe online and more.

zomil

"I’m a freelance plasterer but I’d like to get more visible online. Then more customers can find me and I can grow my business."

- Zomil, plasterer from Acocks Green, 
Birmingham

Attend practical workshops to learn how to use a website, send e-mails, shop online, staying safe online and more.

Jan

"I'm always asking my daughter for help, whenever I want to send an email, or video chat with my sister in Australia. I want to do those things myself."

- Jan, retiree from Erdington, 
Birmingham

Meet the coaches at Google Digital Garage

grace

I’m a digital marketer with a passion for branding and content creation. I love helping people discover what's unique about them and how they can apply it to the digital world. 

Paula

I'm Paula. I'm a digital coach and social media engagement specialist. Sometimes all it takes to reach your goals, is a little encouragement and a signpost pointing in the right direction.

Adeel

I have a teaching background and love helping people bridge the gap between their skills and technology.

Supported by

Digital Birmingham
Business Birmingham
Birmingham City Council
Which
Good Things Foundation
britasia
soc