Age UK Norwich offers volunteer-run computer sessions to help older people to get into computers, to stay in touch with families, to shop online or just to do some research on the internet.
Flexible face-to-face help means that we are able to offer individual appointments, with skilled IT volunteers. Because we all learn at different rates, have different equipment and want different things from a class, we believe that one-to-one appointments, advice and training are more useful than group tuition.
If you think you or a friend would like to learn how to use computers call Natasha Farr on 01603 496333 or email Natasha at email@example.com.
Safely dipping into the world of the internet
Age UK Norwich invite older people to join us for tea/coffee and cake whilst safely dipping into the world of the internet.
Need help and support with your mobile phone, laptop, Ipad? Or considering buying a tablet and would like to try first?
Age UK Norwich have linked up with students from the Jane Austen College and Café Pure to offer a free short course of computer guidance to advise on accessing the internet, internet shopping, keeping in touch with friends and family and any other areas of the digital world that you need advice on.
These lessons will take place at Cafe Pure, St Georges Street Norwich, NR3 1DA
Come and join us for tea/coffee and cake and safely dip into the world of the internet. Disabled parking available. Transport available if necessary. For more information and to book contact Charlotte on 01603 496330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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