AI Digital Training Sponsors Lincoln Imp Trail
We are extremely proud to be a collaborative sponsor of the Lincoln Imp Trail.
There are few images that are so instantly recognisable and so inextricably linked to a location as the Lincoln Imp. It has a special status and can be seen in locations from the Cathedral to the local football team. For many, it is the symbol of our city and its people.
AI Digital Training’s connections to the city run deep. We are based in Lincoln and two of its Directors were born in the city. As a relatively new business, we wanted to both raise our profile and to invest in the local community that has helped make us the people we are.
Previous trails have been hugely successful, so when Lincoln BIG were looking for sponsors for the Lincoln Imp Trail, we knew immediately that this was right for us. We knew from personal experience, the excellent care and support St Barnabas provides to the community and this gave us the perfect opportunity to transform a personal decision into a great business one.
Together with our Lincoln Business Club collaborative partners, we look forward to getting involved, having fun and raising money and we look forward to meeting as many of you as possible.
For more information on the Lincoln Imp Trail visit https://lincolnimptrail.co.uk/
AI Digital Training’s first priority is the wellbeing of our customers, partners and our employees. Following the latest advice on the coronavirus from the UK Government, we are working to minimise the risk of infection by asking our employees to work from home wherever possible.
We are currently in discussion with our customers, to help them move existing face to face training sessions to online where possible. Rest assured, our advanced technologies mean that we can continue to provide our customers with the highest level of service throughout these difficult times.
AI Digital Training are committed to helping and supporting our customers and the wider business community in any way we can
AI Digital Training Signs the Social Responsibility Charter
The aim of the Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter is to encourage organisations in Lincoln to undertake socially responsible activities which benefit both their employees and the local community. Being accepted onto the Charter is recognition of a good employer who is also supportive of the local community.
AI Digital Training are pleased to be a signee of the Charter. We are proud of our staff, their knowledge, skills, determination and loyalty make our Company a success and in return, we are happy to support them by providing fair pay, development opportunities and benefits.
We support our local communities to enable local charities and community groups to deliver their services, and help to make Lincoln a better place to live and work - we feel we couldn’t claim to be a truly ‘local’ business without doing so.
We are collectively committed to:
Supporting employees to have a healthy work/life balance
Enhancing the local economy through paying fair wages
Supporting local charities and community groups to ensure they have the resources needed to succeed
Developing the knowledge and skills of employees
Continuing to make Lincoln a remarkable place to live & work
Encouraging other/new organisations to embrace Social Responsibility
Monitoring the progress we are making
If you would like to know more, follow the link below:
AI Digital Training Becomes a Dementia Friend
A Digital Training recognise that our social, economic and environmental responsibilities are an integral part of our business. That’s why we aim to operate sustainably, invest in our employees, and support our local community.
One of the ways in which we are supporting our community is by becoming a Dementia Friend. Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia. It aims to transform the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about the condition.
As an organisation, we are rolling out videos and information sessions and following best practise. Being a Dementia Friend means learning more about dementia, putting ourselves in the shoes of someone living with the condition, and turning our understanding into action. From visiting someone we know with dementia to being more patient in a shop queue, every action we take counts.
Dementia is a disease of the brain and different types of dementia affect the brain at different rates and in different ways. Symptoms may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These changes are often small to start with, but for someone with dementia they have become severe enough to affect daily life.
Whilst it is true that more people over 65 have dementia, it is not exclusively an older person's disease; younger people get dementia too.
If you would like to know more about Dementia Friends, please follow the link below:
We Are Fundraising for the Alzheimers Society
Around 225,000 people develop dementia every year, that's the equivalent to one person every three minutes. So, this year, thousands of people will walk united, against dementia and two of AI Digital Training’s Directors will be joining them.
Memory Walks are taking place across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to raise money for a world without dementia. On the 11th of October 2020, we will be taking part in our own memory walk and with your help, we aim to raise as much money as possible to help anyone affected by dementia.
The Alzheimer’s Society is transforming the landscape of dementia forever. Until the day we find a cure, we will create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and accepted, able to live in their community without fear or prejudice.
If you would like to sponsor us, please follow the link below:
We Are Exhibiting at The Lincolnshire Show
AI Digital Training are excited to be (virtually) exhibiting at the Lincolnshire Show Online in support of Lincolnshire Showground.
Just like the traditional show, they'll have different zones for everyone to look around online, including Main Ring entertainment, Lincolnshire Kitchen and Food Court, Trade Exhibitors, Agriculture and Machinery and the Countryside Area.
Please come and join us on 24 June! Visit https://lincolnshireshowonline.co.uk/ to register your interest.
We've Joined The Midlands Business Network!
AI Digital Training are excited to announce that we have joined the Midlands Business Network - the region’s largest network dedicated to supporting companies grow and prosper.
If you’re looking to generate new business across the Midlands and beyond, then be a part of this exciting network of local businesses who share the desire to grow, connect and engage..
For further information, visit
Our First Online Course Is Now Live
Over the last couple of months, AI Digital Training have been recording and editing a new online course "Snagit 2021 Essentials",
This amazing screen capture and editing program from Techsmith can help you create clear and simple user guides and explainer videos for your students.
To learn more or purchase, click here
Midlands Business Network Virtual Expo
We’re pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Midlands Business Network Virtual Expo this March. The #MBNEXPO will give you the platform to meet a variety of exhibitors, attend online seminars, grow your network and discover new business opportunities. We’d love to see you there!
Sign up for FREE here: https://themidlandsbusinessnetwork.co.uk/events/mbnexpo-virtual-march2021/
Good Business Charter
We are now accredited with The Good Business Charter!
The Good Business Charter(GBC for short) is being run by a charity called the Good Business Foundation with a team of trustees including representatives from the CBI and the TUC. They believe the time is right for a Good Business Charter to encourage responsible capitalism and publicly acknowledge and reward those companies and charities who exhibit such behaviour.
There are ten components to the Good Business Charter and all the information about what you need to do in order to meet each component can be found on their website: www.goodbusinesscharter.com