Chance to learn about computers
A NEW computing class for beginners is commencing at the Aspire Centre, inside the grounds of the Denes High School, Lowestoft at the end of January.This is a class aimed at those who would like to know more about using and exploring the ever increasing importance of the computer in everyday life.
A NEW computing class for beginners is commencing at the Aspire Centre, inside the grounds of the Denes High School, Lowestoft at the end of January.
This is a class aimed at those who would like to know more about using and exploring the ever increasing importance of the computer in everyday life.
This course of five weeks would appeal to the more mature person who has missed out on the opportunity to partake in this electronic revolution, but does not wish to be pressurised by exams and the need to perform to a set standard.
The idea is for a relaxed atmosphere, with students learning at there own pace, with individual guidance available from a tutor who is aware of the need for a sympathetic approach to help with feelings of uncertainty, arising from entering a learning environment of which many have not been in for many years.
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Beginners classes have been held recently and the response has been very good, with many of the students who attended recommending the class to their friends.
From this we have a nucleus of students to start the next session, but there are still some vacancies available.
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Loretta Hayes and Pat Able are keen to get to grips with the computer for differing reasons, one to learn to e-mail and the other because the grandchildren seem to be so adept at it.
Once you have a basic knowledge the above reasons expand enormously, i.e. shopping online, photography, banking, searching for information, even reading the newspapers.
The variety of possibilities is enormous. All you need is to take that first step, and who knows where it will lead.
To enquire and book a place telephone The Aspire Centre on 01502 533520.