Free IT Course For Acton Residents

Three days course on computers and social media





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Learn IT and computer skills to access online services and the digital democracy.

Be it services provided by the NHS, work and training opportunities or Ealing Council decision-making. There is a new world of social media and digital democracy, which many of us do not know about or can use.

South Acton’s Ward Forum is funding a three-day intensive course on basic computers and social media for a limited number of local people to enable them to access online services.

Who is it for?

- People living in Acton that are aged over 60, adults with learning difficulties or disabilities or people not in work or employment.
- Those who can commit their time to attend all three days of the course

  • By the end of the course each person attending
    * Will know the basics of keyboard and most commonly used software such as Word.
    * How to use the internet and Email
    * How to search for information using Google
    * Learn how to book mark favourite websites

Basic IT /Computer Skills – Beginners

Centre for Armenian Information & Advice
105a Mill Hill Road
Acton, London W3 8JF

0208 992 4621/




Day 1: Wednesday 12th February 2014


10.00am-12.30pm (Light Lunch)
Morning Session:
Computer basics Theory and Practice

Mouse, keyboard, virus.


Afternoon Session: Opening an email account.


Day 2: Thursday 13th February 2014


10.00am-12.30pm (Light Lunch)

Morning Session: What is the Internet? Internet service providers and broadband, how to buy something online.


Afternoon Session: How to send & receive email.


Day 3: Thursday 20th February 2014


10.00am-12.30pm (Light Lunch)

Morning Session: introduction to Social media (Facebook, Twitter) and Skype


Afternoon Session: Ealing Council website/Digital Democracy

Session dates and venue

Date: 12th, 13th and 20th February 2014. Time: 10am–3.30pm (a light lunch will be provided on each day)

Course venue: Centre for Armenian Information & Advice, Hayashen, 105a Mill Hill Road, Acton, London W3 8JF
Limited places so book your space by completing the registration form or by calling 0208 992 4621.


30th January 2014