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Free computer skills training for over 50s living with HIV in London

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Clive Blowes
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Free computer skills training for over 50s living with HIV in London
Posted on: February 5 2017, 12:06 pm

Do you struggle with using a computer or perhaps you just feel you lack confidence? Or maybe you know of someone who would benefit from some support in getting online?

The Health Wealth and Happiness Project in London is offering a free  4 week Basic/Improvers Computer Skills Training course for people living with HIV aged 50 and over.  We’ve hired an IT suite near Elephant and Castle tube station and a great facilitator who will guide people through the basics of computer use to increase confidence and teach new skills.  Each week we cover a new subject including:-

  • Data Security – why do we need pin numbers and passwords?
  • Getting online and using search engines
  • Setting up an email account
  • Word processing
  • Using social media
  • Uploading your photos online

One of our previous participants said the IT course had ‘changed her life’.

Refreshments will be provided. 

Training runs each Monday from 6 March until 27 March. Each session runs from 6-9pm

Places are limited so book in advance by contacting
email: clive.blowes@tht.org.uk       
call/leave a message: 020 7812 1778     
call/leave a message/text: 07500 958263
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