A Manea Jobs and Internet Club learner has achieved record-setting marks in the City and Guilds Entry Level 3 qualification in Online Basics.

Linda Randall, who received her qualification last week, passed the IT assessment with a 100 percent score.

Along with fourteen other regular attendees, Linda has been developing her digital skills at Manea's Jobs and Internet Club, which runs every Wednesday morning in the village Church Rooms. So far, 40 learners in Cambridgeshire have sat the City and Guilds' Online Basics exam, with a pass rate of 100 per cent.

The club was originally set up by Cambridgeshire County Council as part of an Adult Learning and Skills project and the initiative is supported by Manea Parish Council and a set of volunteer IT tutors guide learners through their courses.

Using UKOnline's "Learn My Way", Jobs and Internet Club attendees get to grips with email and gain knowledge of how to stay safe online. There is also device support available for those with laptops and tablets.

Nyree Scott, a Project Manager at Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "Congratulations to Linda - her exceptional exam performance is a testament to all her hard work and commitment. We've tried to make the clubs a relaxed learning environment where people develop at their own pace."

Linda Randall, a learner at Manea Jobs and Internet Club, added:  "I was so delighted when I got my exam results. I can now do all sorts of things over the internet that I never thought I would be able to do. The club has really improved my confidence and has given me the motivation to learn more."

For more information on the jobs and internet clubs around the county, contact Maria Martignetti on 07900678546  or email [email protected]


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