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Improvers IT workshop (free)

Group led workshop sessions provided for those who wish to better understand and get more out of using their computers.

These workshops will provide group learning opportunities, based on a standard selection of learning topics and activities that are chosen by the group. Typical learning will include:

  • Operating and maintaining computers
  • Internet and PC security
  • Using Microsoft Office packages
  • Carrying out Internet browsing and searches
  • PC housekeeping, files and folder management
  • Setting up and using online and email accounts
  • Different types of document and file formats (eg PDF, DOC, RTF)
  • Printing

Additional group agreed learning needs may be identified during the workshops and these will be addressed, where possible, within the workshop sessions.

Who is this suitable for?

The workshops are suitable for those who are familiar with the basics of using a PC, or have already attended a basic IT courses, and wish to develop their skills in an informal, tutor delivered but group led learning workshop.

10 week course.

Course days/datesCourse info
Tuesdays 9.30am - 11.30am
19 September - 28 November 2017
Place: Montana Park Community Centre
Tutor: Andy Hulling
Code: 2091
Tuesdays 9.30am - 11.30am
9 January - 20 March 2018
Place: Montana Park Community Centre
Tutor: Andy Hulling
Code: 2092

What will you need?

PCs are available for use in the classrooms, but if you choose to bring your own laptop computer, it must be fully charged and used on battery when in class. A memory stick may also be useful. A notebook and pen will be helpful for recording notes.

How much will it cost?

This workshop is free to attend but learners must enrol to secure a place in advance.

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