AN organisation aiming to improve computer literacy in the over 45s is on the lookout for people to become digital mentors.
Digitall is recruiting 18 to 25-year-olds willing to pass on their electronic knowledge and close both digital and generational divides.
Those who volunteer will be matched with a learner and spend around one hour per week explaining computer basics.
Run by national volunteering charity TimeBank and funded by national youth charity V, Digitall aims to provide free training, support and valuable skills for all involved, mentors and learners.
Geegna Patel, Digitall project manager,said: "There's so much that the generations can learn from each other,but too often the young and the old in our communities just don't mix.
"We hope the sharing of expertise and knowledge will break down barriers and stereotypes to benefit all and that both mentor and mentee will gain confidence and skills."
A one-day training session will be held tomorrow (Friday.) For more information, go online and visit www.digitall.org.uk or contact Geegna on 020 7785 6371.