Free Training

The “Be Connected” Project

As services are increasingly moved online, companies and government bodies are using the internet as their first line of communication. This has a direct impact on everybody.

People who are familiar with the Internet can quickly adapt to the new way of communication, but a large group of people are left behind. If you are not comfortable using technology, or if you resist the change for any reason, you could be excluded from accessing vital services.

The “Be Connected” Project is a Federal Government initiative. It is designed to enable people who are missing out to catch up with technology, and to feel comfortable accessing the internet.

The World We Live In

What is the internet?
How much does the internet cost?

How do I:

  • search for a website?
  • connect to friends and family?
  • text or email my children or grandchildren?
  • access government services?
  • access the Tax Office online?
  • stay independent?
  • resolve problems with the internet or National Broadband Network (NBN)?

Do any of these issues sounds familiar?
Never done any of this before?

An Individual Approach

We deliver in small groups where each person is encouraged to express their own personal needs.

What would you like to get out of this training?

This is not your average computer training.
Because we understand and respect that everybody is different, we focus on the individual learning needs of each participant.

No computer? No problem.

This training will cover computers, phones and tablets. Even if you have no equipment, you can visit a library and use a public computer.

Inquire About Training

  • Confirmation of your inquiry will be emailed to you for your records.
  • If you are a inquiring for a group, how many people would be attending?
  • If you are inquiring for a group, please give the group name and address.

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