Spark Jump Registers-recording family details

Every DIAA Spark Jump delivery partner is assigned a confidential Google sheet for use as a Spark Jump register.  This records details of modems assigned to each partner as well as contact details for each participating family.  For privacy reasons, access to these registers is restricted to the people directly involved in helping families set up Spark Jump internet connections.

Participants are asked to record their contact details in the online Kawa of Care as part of the set-up process.   These details are then transferred by DIAA’s Spark Jump team to the delivery provider’s Spark Jump register.

Our preference is for programme participants to complete the online Kawa of Care before they leave the venue where they have activated their modem.  There is then no need for delivery partners to enter any participant details in the Google register; this will be entered the same working day by the DIAA team.

However, some partners prefer that participants complete a paper-based copy of the Kawa of Care, and then use this to enter the details themselves in the online version at a later date.   In this case, delivery partners should immediately enter the name of the participant in the Google register (columns B and C) as well as the  date the modem was issued (column E) .

Author: Laurence Zwimpfer

I am committed to supporting the development of New Zealand as a digitally included nation, where everyone has equitable opportunities to benefit from the digital world.

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