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Digital Training in 2019

Tech Savvy Seniors and Digital Springboard 2019

Digital literacy skills are essential for anyone who wants to actively engage with family and friends across the country and world.

Why not come and join one of our small, friendly group training sessions during 2019? Tech Savvy Seniors is aimed at people aged 60+, while Digital Springboard sessions are open to anyone. Maybe you could encourage one of your relatives or friends to attend?

Learn new skills and take the first steps to becoming tech savvy, or enhance your skills to help with job searching. There’s something to suit everyone at these sessions.

All Tech Savvy Seniors and Digital Springboard training sessions are designed to make it easy for you to safely and confidently get connected and learn at your own pace. Find out how to access all the important information you need and the things you’re interested in.

Learn skills in Email, Social Media, Smartphones and Tablets, Online Shopping and Cyber Safety. There’s something for everyone, so why not get involved?

Tech Savvy Seniors is a FREE program offered by Light Regional Public Library Service and is funded by the Government of South Australia, Libraries SA and Telstra. Digital Springboard is also a FREE program and is funded by Light Regional Council, Libraries SA, Google and InfoXchange.

Sessions are being held at both the Freeling and Kapunda library branches, beginning on 15 January 2019.

For a full list of upcoming classes you can call into any of our library branches and collect a printed schedule; or you can go to our online booking page to browse and book into sessions. Bookings are essential for each class.

No computer? No problem! We have laptops available for each session that requires computers. If the session is based around a smartphone or tablet, then you’ll need to bring your own fully charged device to the session.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming classes!

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Ken Lyons
Library Officer - Digital Services
Light Regional Council Public Library Service

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