Digital Literacy


Our digital literacy courses are delivered in a supported environment, lead by qualified and skilled tutors. Bring your own IT equipment if you wish.

Our computers and wifi are available during office hours, and when not in use for classes, for those who wish to do some occasional work or practice their skills.

Adult, Community Further Education (ACFE) Please call Span to see if your eligible

Microsoft Office Programs

Develop and expand skills in Microsoft Office programs to become proficient and make effective use of the programs for employment or study purposes, employment applications, update skills to return to work or gain employment, volunteer opportunities or for personal interest. Contact Span to register your interest.

Dates and times TBC

On-line Buying and Selling

This course will develop skills in on-line buying and selling for use in the workplace, to develop a business or for personal interest. Contact Span to register your interest.

Dates and times TBC

Tech Talk

Facilitator  David Burt

Do you have a question about using digital technology, your device or a problem that needs solving? Do you need support to gain confidence to begin to learn? Our volunteer David is happy to help answer your questions and give information on how to practice your skills to become more confident using your device. Bring in your functioning tablet, phone or laptop. These sessions are informal and free. Bookings essential. Following a set of free sessions, you will feel more confident to join our digital literacy classes.

Friday 10.00-1.00pm
Date Ongoing
Free (HACC-PYP & CHSP supported)

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