HOW WE CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS WHILE SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY…
Double Click are a studio with a conscience, a not-for-profit firm combining professional design and print services to any business with supporting mental health in our community. To achieve this, we create employment, work experience, training and volunteering opportunities within a supportive and inclusive environment for those who face significant barriers to employment.
Our professional design team specialise in helping your business create a dynamic, high quality brand, and offer a wide range of marketing material. Please browse a few examples of our previous work…
THE LATEST NEWS FROM DOUBLE CLICK…
We hope you are continuing to manage to get through these extraordinary times with a smile on your face. Many of you will have received our booklet Stay Active at Home in the post and we hope it has helped brighten up your day. For those who haven't but would
The Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has taken a lot of us by surprise. Some people have described it as an episode of Black Mirror that they want to turn off, while others have said that they feel like the entire world is upside down. It will help to try and see this
Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current Coronavirus (COVID-19), can be scary and can affect our mental health. While it is important to stay informed, there are also many things we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during such times, writes the Mental Health Foundation Here are some tips we
MEET OUR TEAM…
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WHAT OUR TRAINEES ARE SAYING ABOUT US…
Trainees arrive here at Double Click via referral from Flintshire County Council. Our trainees are all at varying levels of learning, with office-based learning and online training courses proving effective in developing their skills.
"An opportunity to learn in a friendly and creative working environment. Welcoming and supportive."
"I have completed a Learn Direct course in InDesign and Photoshop in a non-stressful, non-pressurised environment."
"I like hand-making cards... I find the interaction with people to be very rewarding. It brings out my personality. It's a nice atmosphere."