More support is on its way for people struggling to get their heads around a computer.
Throughout March the Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire’s running more sessions to help improve people’s IT skills.
They will run on Wednesday 5th March, Monday 10th March and Friday 10 – 1pm at the centre at the bottom of Long Street in Atherstone.
If you want to learn how to send and receive emails, delete junk and use a search engine effectively, then you need to get yourself onto one of these courses. There will also be advice on filling out online application forms and evaluating which websites to trust.
Development Coordinator Adam Farrell said “It is all about getting more people in rural North Warwickshire online, giving them the confidence they need to log on to communicate with others using the Internet”
The courses are free as they are funded by the Tinder Foundation, who manage the learnmyway.com website and UK Online Centres Network. Spaces are limited so if you are interested you should book your place today by giving Adam a call on 01827 717073.
The Volunteer Centre’s White Hart Tea Room will be open on the days of the sessions for those who want lunch afterwards, for a small cost.
The White Hart Tea Room is a volunteer run project also managed by the Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire.