- 14/12/10 - Strode College Wants Local People to 'Get More Out of Life Online'
Strode College is inviting people along to its free 'Get More Out of Life Online' sessions in January and February, which are designed to get more people using computers and the internet.
Each session will have a slightly different emphasis, but they will all focus on using the Internet and technology to 'Get More Out of Life Online'. Topics will include: being safe, shopping, banking, searching the internet, using email, uploading and enhancing digital camera pictures, and family tree searching.
These free sessions will take place on Tuesdays from 18 January to 8 February, between 10.00am to 11.30am, and 3.00pm to 5.00 pm. Local people can attend as many sessions as they want, but places are limited so booking is advisable.
Nadine Norman, Manager of Strode College's Computer Centre said: "We are hoping to introduce a lot of people to the internet and computers and to show them that they can be helpful, interesting or fun. Whether you want to keep in touch with family and friends, improve your job prospects, research your family tree, compare prices or fill in forms, you can save time, money and hassle by doing it on the internet. If you've never used computers before, or if you're just not sure about them, this is a great time to have a go. People who have previously attended other similar sessions have gone on to become confident users of their computer and the internet. Don't miss out on a fantastic opportunity. To find out more or to book a place, call us on: 01458 844480."
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There are ten million adults in the UK who don't use the internet. With services going online and most new jobs now requiring internet skills, they could be missing out on all sorts of benefits, opportunities and savings.