ARE you over 50 and a bit baffled by Twitter, cloud storage and all things IT-related?
Then you’ll want to attend Bayswater’s Technology Uncovered, a free series of four-week courses on basic computer skills, online safety, email and social media.
“These free courses will help participants master the basics and feel more confident navigating all kinds of websites and apps,” says Bayswater deputy mayor Filomena Piffaretti.
“Using the internet is an essential part of our everyday lives, so we’re working to make sure it’s easy for people in our community to make the most of this in a safe and useful way.
“Come along, learn something new and ask any questions you might have in these friendly, hands-on sessions.”
The courses are funded by the federal government’s Be Connected initiative.
For more information go to http://www.bayswater.wa.gov.au or call 9272 0980.
• Launch afternoon: Wednesday February 5, 1pm-3pm at Morley Library
• Course One: Tuesdays February 18-March 10, 2pm-3pm at Bayswater Library
• Course Two: Wednesdays March 18-April 8, 9.30am-10.30am at Maylands Library
• Course Three: Thursdays April 30-May 21, 9.30am-10.30am at Morley Library