Via Zeldman, Skill Swap is a community based new mania free training scheme based in Brighton:
SkillSwap is a voluntary group set up by members of the local web design community and specifically members of the Brighton New Media mailing list.
The idea is that on a semi-regular basis, people from the local new media community volunteer to give up some of their free time to train a small group of their peers in a subject that interests them.
It piqued my interest because it seems to be similar to the model we’re hoping to achieve with our student computer society, BCSS.
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