Digital champions - free computer advice

Starts: 23 January 2019 09:00 AM (GMT)
Finishes: 25 January 2019 03:00 PM (GMT)

Dudley

About this event

North Tyneside-based veterans’ charity Forward Assist, supported by Capita, has organised free computer advice sessions. 

Called Digital Champions, the initiative is aimed at helping people who have limited experience using computers. Capita staff have volunteered to attend and provide assistance at the sessions. Support includes: 

  • How to use the Internet for paying bills and shopping  
  • How to set up an email account 
  • How to search the Internet for information or jobs 
  • How to set up a social media account 
  • How to use Skype 

Forward Assist facilitates ‘Post Traumatic Growth’ for military veterans with combat experience and unresolved trauma issues.  

It also provides support and guidance to former servicemen and women that experience difficulties in adjusting to new life as a civilian.

Book your place at the Forward Assist reception in the John Willie Sams Centre or email: margaret.grahamslaw@northtyneside.gov.uk 

Bells Farm Primary School

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We’re delighted to receive the eSafety accreditation, it shows that our school community is working together to keep our children safe online. The importance of having eSafety education in today’s ever changing technological world is vital so that families feel much more confident about it.

Tony Baddhan, eSafety Coordinator

LaunchPad 365

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LaunchPad 365 is making teaching and learning exciting and interactive. It is just so easy and enjoyable to use. And crucially, it supports the national curriculum requirements very well.

NQT year 3 teacher Kelly Burrows at St. Mary's Catholic Primary

Helping Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy transform teaching and learning

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“We are very pleased with our purchase of the SMART boards and the ongoing support from our account manager, we would definitely recommend this solution to other schools.”

Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy Headteacher, Paula Burns