Specialist Networks

Within the Online Centres Network there are 10 specialist networks, which are made up of organisations who are experts in supporting certain target groups, or certain areas of delivery.

These networks are:

  • Social Housing Network
  • ESOL Network
  • Disability Network
  • Health Network
  • Home Access Network
  • Employability Network
  • Carers Network
  • Rural Network
  • Older People Network

If you’re a specialist in working in one of the areas, we’d encourage you to join one of these specialist networks. There are a range of benefits to being part of a specialist network, including: 

  • Being able to showcase your expertise to partners
  • Having access to new partnerships and funding opportunities based on your specialism
  • Being promoted as experts through the Online Centres Network centre search 
  • Having the opportunity to contribute to important research in your specialism
  • Being consulted on the development of resources and materials related to your specialism
  • Receiving a discount on Good Things Foundation training and events
  • Receiving regular newsletters, highlighting best practice and relevant news and events relating to your specialism
  • Receiving marketing materials targeted to your specialism