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Computer Use

Many jobs will require that you are computer literate. Learn how to become adept at using Microsoft Office and other computer programmes; both at beginner’s level and more advanced courses.

If you want to increase your computer or internet skills, or maybe just access a computer then the IT Hub can help you. With the IT sessions you can get support to make the most of the internet, learn how to set up your own email account, apply for jobs, pay your bills and connect with friends and family around the world. Our IT Hub Support Worker Qalid is here during the drop in sessions is on hand to provide all the support you need.

Packed full of information, it is a proactive site, which helps you find the answers to all the questions you might have. Whether you need specific information on care options, funding, or how to keep your older relatives active, busy and healthy. And of course, there are many helpful articles for you as well on how to cope with the stress of looking after your parents as they age.

 

 

 

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Learn My Way is a website of free online courses for beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

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The Open Age Employment programme aims to help individuals aged 50 and over to enhance their computer skills by offering a Beginner’s Computer Course and an Intermediate Computer Course.  

These courses are free for 50+ job seekers to attend.

The Online Centres Network - formerly UK online centres - is made up of more than 5,000 organisations based at the heart of hyper-local communities, each aiming to help people use digital technology to become more included, access essential services and take advantage of the opportunities the internet provides.

Islington Computer Skills Centre is part of Islington Libraries Learning Hub and provides free computer training to Islington residents.We host free training for Islington residents aged 19 and above who are unemployed or low waged and receiving benefits. All classes are taught by qualified tutors in a relaxed and friendly environment. You can choose from a range of vocationally-related and computer courses. The centre is fully wheelchair accessible and has adapted toilets. 

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