So you have got passed the first hurdle in that you have read our invitation and wonder what to do next.
The answer is simple – get your sleeves rolled up and step into the world of web development.
Step 1: We have prepared a document for you to print detailing all the applications that you should become savvy with.
Step 2. Obtain some writing materials for you will need to record site names (URL’s), user-id’s and passwords.
Step 3. Commence registration by signing up to a Gmail account – This has to be first as sites need to know it for their activation procedure.
Step 4. Register your Protopage account as this will be your work horse.
Step 5. Set your priorities. Look at your hand out and consider what is the most important to yourself. It may be Facebook – but you may decide that Facebook is not for you and decide against it. There are no rules, you decide.
Done you are now web savvy all that you need to do is come familiar with your products and that simply takes time. So take a time to use Protopage and add a sticky note or two and task list wigit, you may chose to do this in a Private Category. Think about a few words for your Public category of Protopage – create your own welcome tag and wigit like this.
A forum has been created here to demonstrate that you can obtain feedback from your community. I have set up this forum to ask a question which I have an interest in at this moment in time.
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I do have a PTLLS Qualification and will develop a course to suite your needs.
I am available to tutor/assist you at Brooklands Library, Moor Road/Altrincham Road, every Saturday.
If you need to contact me please obtain my contact details from Oliver at Northenden Community Library.
Mike - Please do not read this communication it is a status report to self as I have no management team in manchester city council rot report to.
I have just completed a Nimrod project that commenced on 02/02/2007 to mark the implementation of microsoft Vista. The project actually stated 11/11/2000 when I was advised by Tim Sneath of Microsoft to wait for Longhorn to arrive.
I now need to create an end of project report which I will need to publish for central government.
I will now need to have a regular reporting schedule into yourself - I will need bi-monthly meetings with you face too face when you are in Manchester.
Can we please come to some sort of arrangement.
Thank You Alan Bramwell
(Community Guardian BA019)
(CEO Red Octopus Business Services Limited / Foundation Computing / Redcamel Systems / BSG Elite / Onboard Promotions)
Note : The task below was the status of Project Nimrod as at 10:am - I was interrupted during this development and had to go to Wthenshwe where by off chance I noticed a community notice board.
After a busy day I eventually got home and contacted Nick at the church of England - We discussed SSNA and have found a way of implementing it. We agree that the management of a new Wythenshawe SSNA site would be managed by Foundation Computing - A division of Red Octopus.
SSNA was finally implemented at 20:30 on 28 MaRCH BY Alan Bramwell working Voluntarily for the Manchester Community Guardian team.
Alan staes that the nature of this undertaking is significant and needs to be supported by a limited company. Red Octopus Business Services is a non profit making organisation and returns 0 year end reports. This was the nature of BBCommuniSYS then alan recruited Associate Consultanst AIOC Computing / Rec Camel Systems and Ocaen Design to work as Associate Guardians.
I need your help.
I have lost my job and I am unemployed - I need a project.
I need an employer.
I am professional Community Guardian - I have been for over 30 years but circa 2004 I joined the Manchester scheme as BA019
For 3 years I have been attempting contacting senior management to inform them of the significant schemes that I have been working on.
I am a digital champion and an IT consultant - with all my years of working in the industry and learning I find it impossible to get a job as I do not have currency or a degree.
I have lots going on to help me get back into work.
I have started my own company Red Octopus to give me currency and I am announcing to employment services that I am working in the voluntary sector for Red Octopus as a professional manager and Facilities Management Director.
I will be announcing to Manchester city council that my company will have a voluntary division called Community Guardians and with effect from today a a facilities management company.
Lester day I announced a career change - I am a Professional Multimedia journalist with my own newspaper chain and digital television.
I need your help to communicate to Margot James MP that my Company Red Octopus will be attaching its self to herself.
The fee for attachment is a contributions to charity which gains you life long support.
I have covered the fee myself as I operate as a Dragon to help new companies out that can not afford IT Investment.
In 2007 I attached myself to David Gosling at YMG for a £7 donation to sports aid - I formed a limited company called BBCommuniSYS, which was a outsourcing house and recruited 3 companies to provide IT services to YMG.
I will also be attaching myself to yourself and in an Agile manner give you a daily update using my social media platform (SSNA).
I would like to meet with you face to face Mike and have a quite one to one discussion - off the record just as a friend.
At that meeting I will expect you to offer me guidance and advice on how I can best use Red Octopus to service your community.
I have experience of working in the voluntary sector I was attached to Wythenshawe Forum as an ICT teacher with Manchester Adult Education,
I also serviced the community as a webmaster at Norterden community library. In addition I was attached to the bideford centre the I set up the IT Department and a job club.
I was sponsored by the NHS to gain a teaching qualification. I studied City and Guilds adult education at Trafford College but got into a major argument with them about their capability as a teacher and left the course before certification. Prior to the course I had completed the learning under my own steam have obtained the learning material off the internet.
I volunteerd for East Manchester and was trained up to deliver ESOL - I received glowing remarks from the outer who said if ever I wanted a career in education write to the Openshawe college.
My final pice of learning was with a scheme ran at the Forum where I was to mentor underprivaleged youth. I completed the course but there was insufficient take to of the scheme to match Tutors with Pupils.
I delliver on-line learning trough a number of website.
i am in the process of converting the American Golf University content to BSG Elite Academy online learning.
I am a very very busy man - being unemployed will give me time to progress project that have drifted on since 2007.
This communication has been done now in preparation for three meeting that I need to have.
Meeting number 1 is a telephone interview with Universal Credits. Where I will say that I have returned to the Volutary sector on a number of projects as a professional community guardian. I will stay that I have communicated to government officials that I am attaching myself to the government to status report using Agile Scrum Methodologies - Daily Updates.
What I expect from yourself is to become a Sleeping Director and do nothing - I will not expect to impose additional load on yourself but it will be there should you wish.
Meeting number 2 - is at 3 this afternoon to register with an employment agency.
Meeting no 3 is next week with Pat Keen at Withington Golf Club - simply to obtain his contact at The Golf Club Secretaries association and to advice Pat that Red Octopus will be attaching themselves to it as a community Guardian.