Bedrock Basics lunch and learn ‘Microsoft Teams part 1’



Come along to this ‘lunch and learn’ session, hosted by Capgemini, to explore video call functionality.

Microsoft Teams is a widely used collaboration software, with extensive functionality to help you work well with your teams, whether you work in an office or remote.

Prepare for an interactive session where you can share your top tips and learn something new.


Register to join the free session*,-pG7hQzBME-KmRFnjKBd_g,iLS6Iq3UUUipFoW1DxkGww,T3Wz1jz5lUKpuFuwXs4_cQ,X4yTV684-U6W4gbKklnECw,u32jkX65lUWl_baw6j8SMg?mode=read&tenantId=76a2ae5a-9f00-4f6b-95ed-5d33d77c4d61


*Eligible organisations and volunteers must confirm they work or run services that benefit West Cumberland (Allerdale and Copeland areas) communities.

These lunch and learn sessions are delivered by Capgemini as part of the Transforming West Cumbria programme.

Transforming West Cumbria

Transforming West Cumbria (TWC) is funded through Sellafield Ltd’s social impact, multiplied SiX programme. This initial 3-year social investment programme has been developed in partnership with Cumbria Community Foundation and focuses on promoting thriving communities by supporting sustainable activities that create self-reliance and independence.

Bedrock, a key strand of the Transforming West Cumbria programme, focuses on building the resilience, capabilities and financial sustainability of Third Sector organisations in West Cumbria. Bedrock Basics provides advice and support aimed at strengthening and building capacity of the community sector in West Cumbria, delivered by Cumbria CVS.



Capgemini aims to use the skills and passions of our people to bridge the digital divide for a future where technology is an opportunity for everyone.

By using the skills and passions of our people, we are bridging the digital divide to shape a future where technology is an opportunity for everyone. Digital skills have become essential for inclusion in society – for everything from working and travelling to receiving medical care and staying informed. We believe no one should be limited in life or work by a lack of digital skills. As part of our global aspiration to support five million people through our digital inclusion programmes by 2030, Capgemini in the UK is taking action to:

  • Equip all with digital skills: Reducing the digital divide by supporting those who are currently digitally excluded.
  • Open doors to technology careers: Training people who are disconnected from the job market through our digital academies.
  • Leverage technology to solve societal challenges: Creating innovative, future focused solutions that benefit our charity partners and the communities where we live and work. We collaborate with expert community organisations based across the UK to identify how and where our digital inclusion initiatives can have the greatest positive impact.