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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle


A subsidised training course is being offered for people over the age of 60, who could benefit from being online - particularly those in regional areas. You'll find there are many benefits to getting online and connecting with the digital world. Many older Australians are being left behind in the digital world. Just purchased or have been given an iPad/Tablet/Computer but have never used one before? TechSavvy is a fun learning experience for anyone over the age of 60.

If you always wanted to learn how to use a computer, a tablet computer or even a smart phone then this course is for you. Knowledgeable and patient tutors Phil Holleley and Peter Cochrane are there to help you with a range of topics including: How to use the Internet Email Typing letters and stories Video calls to your family (Skype, FaceTime) Shopping online Banking Social networking such as Facebook You don’t have to have your own computer or tablet computer but you can bring your own if you want. The course goes for 4 weeks, 2 days per week. (28 hours of class time).

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