Dragonz Designs is the ethical, neighbourhood-considerate brainstorm of Pauline Haggerty who has been working and volunteering with community led projects for over 15 years.
Starting in 2000 with the nationally renowned Sure Start Children’s Centre’s in a community development role – Pauline’s expertise has gone from strength to strength and is now offering her time and services to the locals of South Devon.
Her ethos is one of empowerment,
“I want to bring the world to my clients – it really can be small and easy to reach”
Over the past year, Dragonz Designs have built a healthy client base through solid word of mouth recommendation and this is largely due to the personal and bespoke services it offers.
Pauline’s main interest is in offering confidence through her personalised one-to-one and group sessions and her reputation supersedes similar, competitive ventures because of the encouragement which her community centre drop-ins and home visits provide.
The main aim these of tailor-made packages include:
To Become Computer/Internet Literate and Confident
Enhancement of Hobbies and Interests
Bringing Communities and Global Families Closer
General and Advanced Internet Use, Including Safe-Surfing
Job Searching online/CV updating
Social Media Use and Much More
The fundamental drive behind all of Dragonz Designs enterprise comes from Pauline’s own experiences as a single parent, carer and home schooler, living on a low income and trying to source, low-fee and free learning from a variety of local organisations. It’s the reason behind her ambitions — to make the learning experience available and affordable.
If you are looking for a caring, informative and easy-going way to learn new skills and possibly network with other like-minded people– Pauline is the first place you should look.
Dragonz Designs is also a Website Design business. This enables the free drop in sessions to happen and community groups can get free or low cost websites or hosting for every business package that we sell, so it’s not just an investment in your own business it’s an investment for the community.