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The Journey of the yellow Peabody Digivan from SE1 to Tottenham N17
Bringing learning, vocational and job search opportunities to the neighbourhoods where it is needed the most, Peabody Trust set the standard as an example for training providers across the UK and beyond.
The Digivan III is a custom built mobile classroom that offers computer-based training to people in isolated urban areas free of charge.
January 19th 2012, the van was donated by CBHA of the Peabody Group to Tottenham Hotspur Community Programme, recognising them as a good home to carry on the good work in the community to help a new generation of young Londoners to improve their lives.
On 4th February 2015, Tottenham Hotspur launched its new look digivan which was renovated in partnership with Barnet Southgate College, Haringey Council, People’s Postcode Lottery, and Job Centre Plus, providing services 365 days a year for skills workshops, cv writing sessions and employability programmes in Haringey and neighbouring boroughs.
The outside of the van is kitten in Tottenham Hotspur colours and the inside kitted with tablets and access to WiFi, alongside an interactive whiteboard.
CBHA communities are also being scoped into the delivery of Employment & Training services alongside our own staff, which will also correspond with the delivery of the Kicks – Youth Engagement programme in our Chingford neighbourhood.