Homeless to teach others

9th March 2001 at 00:00
YOUNG homeless people will get the chance to learn and pass on computer skills to thousands more disadvantaged members of society in a new scheme launched this week by the Foyer Federation. More than 500 roug sleepers will be trained to teach others ,seeking jobs, training or study, about the Internet, e-mail and other IT skills. Training will be offered in 49 Uplink centres situated in deprived areas.

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