We have been busy designing a new program which focuses on the fundamentals of getting online via a 6 week in-person course, additional by additional online Zoom training and a new bi-weekly Zoom class to help find out about all the other local online activities you can access for free.
Not only that, you can access a device and data allowing you to participate.
For the last 2 and a half years we have specialised in working with older people, vulnerable adults and carers to help develop the skills they need.
We recognize that whilst there has been a lot of publicity surrounding the internet and being online during the pandemic, there are still many people who are still starting out or just to go over the basics again to be more confident in an informal environment.
So Connect Up is our stepping-stone course!
Supported by the Good Things Foundation and the Scheinberg Relief Fund our 6 week programme will also be supported by the re-launch of our online Zoom: Learning and practising the basics classes as well as a new bi-weekly Zoom class Community Connect which will be places to ask digital questions, practise zoom and to also find out about other local zoom class and activities.
More info to follow!
Our first course will commence Wednesday 2nd March 10.00-12.00 at the Upper Norwood Library Hub and will run for 6 weeks.
This is suitable for beginners, those who may have used email a few times or attended some Zoom classes but aren’t very confident.
You can use a tablet or laptop for this course – we do have some to loan.
If you would like to sign up or speak to someone about this then contact us here or by phone on 07523 646 277.