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NWRC ‘Googles’ it as #digitalgarage sells out

14 March 2018
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A Digital Garage event by global giant Google, at North West Regional College, has sold out within days of tickets becoming available.

Taking place at college’s Flying Clipper restaurant on March 20, this is the first time the event has been brought to the North West by Patrick Cutliffe, who now works as a digital trainer with Google.

Patrick Cutliffe is a local man who left the city two years ago with the primary aim of bringing something major back to his beloved hometown.

As a highly respected lead digital trainer for Google covering the South West of England, Cornwall and Wales, Patrick's mission was to drive Google's Digital Garage across the Irish sea.

Patrick has his own training academy registered in Derry~Londonderry and plans to bring many more Google events to the North West as well as growing his academy internationally and bringing valuable jobs back to the city.

Fergal Tuffy, Technology and Innovation Manager at NWRC’s Business Support Centre said: “We are very excited to be partnering up with Google Digital Garage, a Digital Skills training platform aimed to assist local people in growing their digital skills.

“During the event there will be free training sessions on data analytics and cyber security.

“The event will be a chance to find out how you can use the web to grow your business, your career or even just your confidence.

“We are particularly delighted to welcome Google digital garage trainer Patrick Cutliffe who will be here to reveal what is needed to gain a competitive advantage in the ever changing digital landscape.”

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