‘Broadband for Seniors’ Kiosk
Has arrived at the Daylesford Neighbourhood Centre
Free access to the Internet and free training for seniors
The Australian Government’s Broadband for Seniors initiative gives older Australians the confidence and skills needed to use new technology.
This free computer kiosk is available for any senior to use no matter what your experience level with a volunteer tutor there to help you learn any computer and internet skill that you desire.
Would you like to be able to:
· Have computer skills
· Use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Publisher
· Connect to Friends and loved ones through social media
· Set up and regularly use your own Email
· Browse the internet
· Set up an ebay account
· Be able to do online shopping
· Access Ancestry.com
Senior Australians visiting a ‘Broadband for Seniors kiosk ‘will have access to the Broadband for Seniors ‘Your Resource Kit‘. This kit was specifically designed for seniors. The lessons within the kit can be used for one-on-one or group training with a Volunteer Tutor, or to take home to use on your own computer as everyone learns at their own pace.
Broadband for Seniors is delivered by NEC Australia in partnership with Adult Learning Australia, Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association and the University of the Third Age (U3A) Online.